Central NJ Home Inspections

All NJ home inspections are conducted in accordance with guidelines set forth in the Standards of Practice of the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) and includes a thorough inspection of all major structural and mechanical components of a house. All home inspections are performed based on the guidelines set by the NJ State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, Chapter 40, Subchapter 15, Home Inspection Advisory Committee effective date June 3, 2002.

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A NJ home inspection from Eagle Eye Home Inspectors includes:

 

Roof, vents, flashings, and trim

Gutters and downspouts

Skylight, chimney and other roof penetrations

Decks, stoops, porches, walkways, and railings

Eaves, soffit and fascia

Grading and drainage

Basement, foundation and crawlspace

Water penetration and foundation movement

Heating systems

Cooling systems

Main water shut off valves

Water heating system

Interior plumbing fixtures and faucets

Drainage sump pumps with accessible floats

Electrical service line and meter box

Main disconnect and service amperage

Electrical panels, breakers and fuses

Grounding and bonding

GFCIs and AFCIs

Fireplace damper door and hearth

Insulation and ventilation

Garage doors, safety sensors, and openers

Radon testing*

Termite Testing*

And much more…

*extra charge applies

 

Termite Inspections

 

Eagle Eye Home Inspectors is licensed by the State of NJ Department of Environmental Protection – Bureau of Pesticide Control to offer and perform wood destroying insect and wood destroying organism (WDI/WDO) inspections required by most lenders. A separate report (NPMA-33) will be provided for settlement purposes.

 

Radon Air Analysis

 

“Radon gas can accumulate in enclosed places, such as a house, but its presence, even in high concentrations, cannot be detected by human senses because the gas is invisible and has no odor. Long term or chronic exposure to radon has been linked to lung cancer. The greater the concentration and the longer a person is exposed, the greater the risk, so all people are encouraged to reduce their exposure. However, because of its physical characteristics, the only way to detect the presence of radon gas and measure the level is by a test. So people wanting to limit their exposure must first conduct a test to determine what their exposure levels are.” (this paragraph is taken from the website http://www.nj.gov/dep/rpp/radon/radoinfo.htm)

 

Eagle Eye Home Inspectors is licensed by the State of NJ Department of Environmental Protection – Radon Section to offer and perform Radon Air Analysis testing.