Providing Peace of Mind
Buying a new home is probably the biggest investment you'll ever make. And it is a decision that will affect you for years to come. Get the property inspected before you make any purchase decision.
Welcome To All Jersey Home Inspection
Buying a new home is probably the biggest investment you'll ever make, and it's a decision that affects you for years to come. Getting the property inspected before you purchase a home is critical to ensure you're making a wise investment. The home inspection experts at All Jersey Home Inspection give you peace of mind by evaluating the entire home inside and out and providing you with documentation of its overall condition.
Why Get A Home Inspection?
Our home inspections evaluate the overall condition of a home's structural integrity and major systems to provide you with an unbiased, big-picture analysis. We identify areas that need to be repaired or replaced and provide you with a home inspection report that protects you from purchasing a home that requires major repairs you may be unwilling or unable to finance. This report can also give you with leverage that allows you to ask the seller to fix any problems found during the inspection or negotiate for a lower price.
Our comprehensive pre-purchase home inspection service covers everything from the foundation to the rooftop. An in-depth evaluation of all major structural components and systems, it includes inspections of the:
- Chimney and fireplace
- Doors and windows
- Electrical systems
- Evidence of water damage
- Home exterior
- Home interior
- HVAC systems
- Plumbing systems
- Sewer Scopes
- Tank sweep
Other services we offer include:
- Mold inspections, which involve visual examinations of the most likely areas to harbor mold. We also take indoor and outdoor air samples to determine whether the amount of mold spores inside is significantly higher, which could indicate mold is growing inside the home.
- Asbestos inspection is available as part of a pre-purchase inspection or for current residents. Asbestos can only be detected with a special microscope, and our inspectors are fully qualified and trained in asbestos detection.
Once we perform a home inspection, we provide you with an inspection report containing what we discovered to ensure you have all the details you need. Take your time becoming familiar with your report, and feel free to ask us any questions you may have. We even recommend you accompany our inspector throughout the inspection to better understand the home's overall condition and the details provided on the report.
The most important part of an inspection report is the descriptions given for each item or component. When a report only indicates the condition with a Good, Fair or Poor rating without any detailed explanations, you can easily misinterpret the findings because it's too vague. We ensure you won't have this problem by providing as much information as possible about the home and the site. We understand how important your home purchase is, and we want to arm you with the information you need to make an informed decision.
How To Prepare
From minor maintenance issues to major repairs, various damages are often found during an inspection. We want to ensure you know what to expect as the homeowner so you can properly prepare for your inspection. Prior to the arrival of our home inspector, you should:
- Make sure all areas of the home are accessible, especially the attic and crawl spaces.
- Trim trees and shrubs that may obscure the exterior of the home or make it difficult to inspect the property.
- Clear clutter and move vehicles from the front of the home to help the inspection go smoothly and allow for clear photographs that may be included in the inspection report.
- Repair minor issues, such as leaky faucets or missing trim, door handles and cabinet pulls.
We recommend you accompany our home inspector during the home inspection so you better understand exactly what repairs we recommend and why. This is sound advice for both home sellers and buyers. As a buyer, it also gives you an opportunity to create a home buyer checklist and note any issues that cause you concern and to ask our home inspector questions about their findings.
Providing Peace Of Mind In New Jersey
Our home inspectors are fully trained and experienced in the home building industry. We cover all of New Jersey, and we're happy to discuss any issues we discover with you. Burst pipes, leaky roofs, water seepage and other issues can cause a lot of damage to your potential new home. Contact us at 908-917-0194 to schedule one of our many home inspection services and help ensure you won't inherit any unsuspected issues.
One call does it all In house services include inspection essentials such as:
Home Inspection, Radon, Termite, Sewer Scope, and Tank sweeps.
Pre-Purchase Home Inspection
Floods, burst pipes, leaky roofs, seepage, etc. can cause a lot of damage to your new potential home. Call us to ensure you will not inherit any unsuspected issues.
We will provide you a report of what we discover after your home inspection to ensure you have all the details you need.
How to Prepare
All Jersey Home Inspection wants to ensure you know how to prepare for your inspection and what to expect when we arrive.
Edison Commercial & Residential Real Estate Inspection
Buying or selling a Edison home, condo, or commercial building can be one of the most rewarding dealings made in a lifetime. Yet no matter how attractive a property may seem on the surface; achieving a complete understanding of its actual structural condition before making an investment is crucial to the protection and security of your investment.
Why are Real Estate Inspections Important?
Due to the fact that a buyer or seller has already put in a significant amount of money into the process, why is hiring an independent inspector a wise choice? As mentioned above it is important so that one can make a more accurate assessment of the property and understand where improvements need to be made. But it is more than just that.
Real Estate Inspection Will Ensure Safety
Real estate inspections are also about the safety, for all parties involved. There are many instances where a repair reveals a health risk. The most seemingly minor issues can turn into major ones in an instant! Like a cracked foundation, which can easily lead to structural instability or the possibility of radon buildup. A water leak can mean that there is toxic black mold on the premises. A crack in an old wall could finally expose occupants to asbestos. Even a broken light fixture is a sign that something isn’t quite right, it indicates the possibility of faulty wiring which is a fire hazard. If any one of these issues pop up, then those using the property are in danger, while those who sold it could meet with some serious legal ramifications.
Thus, when the people of Edison call on an inspector they are not only safeguarding their possible investments, but are also protecting people from both physical and financial harm.
All Jersey Home Inspection Inspections Will Save you Money
All Jersey Home Inspection offers appointments for home and building inspections, 7 days a week, at convenient hours for buyers, sellers, investors, business owners, or realtors, in the Edison region. Whether you are buying a home or selling commercial property, we’ll put your mind at ease with a detailed written inspection prognosis. You’ll see how our report functions as a valuable tool during the negotiation process.
With All Jersey Home Inspection experts qualified building and home inspections Edison home buyers won’t need to worry. We’ll help you avoid problems and surprises that would lead to costly ramifications.
All Jersey Home Inspection Inspection Services Include
Quality Edison Real Estate Inspections
All Jersey Home Inspection adheres to the highest standard of home inspection practice within the industry. Our team of dedicated professionals are extensively trained and attend seminars and workshops throughout the year on new developments in the field.
We invite you to have a look at the rest of our website or contact us with any questions you may have.