Home Inspection - How It Works and What Is Included
Definition of "Home Inspection" as per the New Jersey Advisory Committee:
""Home inspection" means a visual, functional, non-invasive inspection conducted for a fee or any other consideration and performed without moving personal property, furniture, equipment, plants, soil, snow, ice, or debris, using the mandatory equipment and including the preparation of a home inspection report of the readily-accessible elements of the following components of a residential building: structural components, exterior components, roofing system, plumbing system, electrical system, heating system, cooling system, interior components, insulation components and ventilation system, fireplaces and solid fuel burning appliances, or any other related residential housing component as determined by the Board, in consultation with the Committee, by rule, but excluding recreational facilities and outbuildings other than garages or carports."
We will perform the inspection in accordance with New Jersey's standards as described in NJAC 13:40-15.16, which you may read in full by clicking on the button below:
Generally speaking, we will inspect the following systems: