What is Inspected?

Our Certified Home Inspector conducts home inspections on all Single Family Homes, Multi-Family Homes, Townhouses, and Condos in New Jersey.

Buildings Inspected

Single family
Multi-family
Condo
Townhouse

Exterior

Wall Cladding
Flashings
Trim
Eaves
Soffits
Fascias
Entryway Doors
Windows
Garage Doors
Decks
Balconies
Steps
Areaways
Porches
Railings
Vegetation
Grading
Drainage
Driveways
Patios
Walkways
Retaining Walls
Planters
Fencing
Pilasters
Gates
Installed Lighting

Roofing

Roof Coverings
Tiles
Shingles
Rolled Roofing
Built Up Roofing
Soffits
Observable Underlayment
Roof Drainage Systems
Flashings
Skylights
Chimneys
Crowns
Caps
Spark Arrestors
Roof Penetrations
Plumbing Vents
Interior Vents
Attic Vents
Environmental Systems Installed
Condensate Drains
Layered Materials
Wear of Materials
Signs of leaks
Abnormal Condensation

Structural Component

Foundation
Floors
Walls
Columns
Ceilings
Roofs
Safely Accessible Crawl Spaces and Attic Spaces

Plumbing

Interior Water Supply
Distribution System
Piping Materials
Compatability Supports
Pipe Insulation
Kitchen Fixtures and Faucets
Bathroom Fixtures and Faucets
Toilets
Showers
Bath Tubs
Leaks in Plumbing Componenets
Functional Flow Tests
Cross Connections
Interior Drains
Waste and Vent System
Traps
Drains
Waste
Vent Piping
Hot Water Systems
Water Heating Equipment
Normal Operating Controls
Automatic Safety Controls
Flues
Vents
Fuel Source
Distribution system

Heating and Central Air Conditioning

Permanently Installed Heating Systems
Heating Equipment
Normal Operating Controls
Automatic Safety Controls
Fans
Flues and Vents Heat Distribution Systems
Pumps
Ducts and Piping
Dampers
Insulation
Air filters
Registers
Radiators
Fan Coil Units
Convectors
Presence of Installed Heat Source in Each Room
Energy Source
Operate Systems Using Normal Operating Controls
Open Normal Access Panels provided For Routine Homeowner Maintenance
Central Air Conditioning
Cooling and Air Handling Equipment
Distribution System Presence of Installed Cooling Source in Each Room

Insulation & Ventilation

Insulation and Vapor Retarders in Unfinished Spaces
Ventilation of Attics and Foundation Areas
Kitchen Venting Systems
Bathroom Venting Systems
Laundry Venting Systems

Electrical

Service Entrance Conductors
Service Equipment
Grounding Equipment
Main Overcurrent Device
Main and Distribution Panels
Sub Panels
Amperage Ratings
Voltage Ratings of Service
Branch Circuit Conductors
Overcurrent Devices
Compatibility of Ampacities and Voltages
Operation of Installed Lighting Fixtures
Switches
Receptacles
Garage Recpticals
Polarity and Grounding of Receptacles
Operation of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter Receptacles
Carport Receptacles
Exterior Recpeticals
Service Entry Conductor Materials
Service type
Location of Main and Distribution Panel

Interiors

Walls
Ceiling
Floors
Steps
Stairways
Balconies
Railings
Counters
Cabinets
Doors
Windows
Separation Walls
Ceilings
Doors Between
Dwelling Unit and Garage

Ancillary Services

Not Included and are extra $ services

Radon Testing
Mold Testing
Air Mold Quality Testing
Tank Sweeps

etc..

Continued Educations & Certifications

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to Frequently Asked Questions about home inspections, and home inspectors in New Jersey. If we don’t have an answer here you are specifically looking for please contact us.

That is a question you have to ask yourself. Even Home Prices for townhouses and small condos go from 300,000 to 2.5 million+. So regardless of a condo, house, townhouse, or multi-family you are making one of the most significant purchases that may have issues or not.

Would you take that risk with getting the cheapest lawyer?
Do you want to pay another inspector who is just getting practice being a home inspector on your home inspection?
Cheap price inspector has no work so takes the lowest fees? (experienced?)
Or do you want a professional home inspector with years of experience and knowledge like Core 360 Home Inspectors?
Our prices are very competitive for the professional service you will receive, expect, out of a Home Inspector. It is your investment so choose wisely!

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You should attend the inspection, and you should reconsider hiring an inspector who doesn’t allow this. You can learn a lot by following an inspector through the home. You will certainly gain a better understanding of the home’s condition, which will give you insight into its potential sale points and defects. Additionally, you will likely learn information about the home’s maintenance, systems, and components that may provide useful for the transaction.

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