Core 360 Home Inspections offers reliable and comprehensive inspection services. With an unwavering commitment to excellence, we proudly serve a range of service areas and provide high-quality home inspections to ensure that our clients make informed purchasing decisions.
It is important to have a professional home inspector who has the expertise to thoroughly examine and evaluate all types of homes. Our certified home inspector is equipped to conduct meticulous inspections on single family homes, multi-family homes, townhouses, and condos throughout New Jersey.
Our inspector ensures that every aspect of the home is thoroughly investigated, including the foundation, roof condition, electrical and plumbing systems, heating and cooling systems, and more. We take great care to provide accurate, unbiased reports on any potential issues and deficiencies discovered during our inspection process, allowing you to make informed decisions about your home purchase.
By choosing our certified home inspector, you can rest assured knowing that your home is in good hands and you will receive the highest level of professionalism and quality of service. So why wait? Contact us today to schedule a comprehensive inspection of your potential new home.
Other Service Areas:
Core 360 Home Inspections services all of Port Imperial and has conducted numerous home inspections in all of Port Imperial Communities’ Condos and townhouses. If you want a home inspector with insight into Port Imperial.
A waterfront community composed of three Gold Coast towns, Weehawken, West New York, Guttenberg, and North Bergen. Port Imperial is positioned along the Hudson River waterfront as the premier area with some of the most expensive real estate in New Jersey.
A New Jersey Home Inspector is a professional who evaluates the physical condition of a home in New Jersey. The inspector is typically certified and has received training in construction, electrical, plumbing, and other related fields.
The purpose of a home inspection is to identify any potential problems or deficiencies in the home before the sale is completed. During the inspection, the inspector will examine the exterior and interior of the home, including the roof, foundation, electrical and plumbing systems, HVAC system, and appliances. They will also check for any evidence of pest infestations, water damage, or structural issues.
After the inspection, the inspector will provide a written report detailing their findings and recommendations. This report can be used by the buyer or seller to make informed decisions about the property. Home inspections can help to identify any necessary repairs or upgrades and provide peace of mind to both the buyer and the seller.
It is important to choose a qualified and experienced New Jersey home inspector to ensure that the inspection is thorough and accurate. You can check the credentials of a potential inspector through organizations such as the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI).
Why choose Core 360 Home Inspections as your Home Inspector?
We go above and beyond New Jersey, Certified Licensed Inspector requirements, and continue our education with InterNachi to become a Certified Professional Inspector. We hold ourselves to a higher standard of education, and ethics, and are well-updated with new building standards as they change. Unqualified inspectors may charge less but they will cost you in the long run. Always hire a Certified Professional inspector to conduct your home inspections.
What does a home inspection determine?
An inspection should determine the condition of the plumbing, heating, cooling, and electrical systems. The structure should also be examined to ensure sound and to determine the condition of the roof, siding, windows, and doors. The lot should be graded away from the house so that water does not drain toward the house and into the basement. There are actually over 250 items or more our home inspector inspects during a regular home inspection when we conduct our home inspections.
Should the home buyers pay for the home inspection?
Most buyers prefer to pay for these inspections so that the inspector is working for them, not the seller. You may wish to include in your agreement of sale the right to cancel if you are not satisfied with the inspection results. In that case, you may want to re-negotiate for a lower sale price or require the seller to make repairs.
How we help you with a home inspection?
Our home inspector will provide you with a written report, which will include High-quality photos in modern web-based HTML and PDF formats, videos, and a narrative of recommendations of our findings of the home during the inspection. With our inspection report in your hand, you’ll know what repairs and maintenance are needed and what should be addressed now or in the near future. You can then determine how best to proceed.
A home inspection is not meant to halt a home sale, but rather to help buyers and sellers reach a fair agreement by providing an impartial evaluation of the home’s condition.
Let Core 360 Home Inspections add you to a long list of satisfied clients that trusted us as the go-to Home Inspector as you can see from our Home Inspector reviews.
We are a family-owned and operated business Home Inspection business out of Hudson County New Jersey. We are not a big box franchise, and therefore our home inspector has the time to dedicate our service to one client at a time.