From flying a drone high along the roof above, to maneuvering through the crawlspaces below and everything in between, you can trust Patriot Home Inspection Services for an extremely professional and thorough inspection experience.
WHAT PATRIOT CAN DO FOR YOU
Assisting New Jersey buyers and sellers with a comprehensive Home Inspection, as well as offering Wood-Destroying Insect Inspections and Radon Testing.
BUYER'S HOME INSPECTION
You can expect a 2-3 hour long inspection depending on the size of the home. During this time we will be providing a comprehensive inspection of the following:
Exterior Components (Doors, Windows, Cladding)
Decks, Patios, Porches
Driveways and walkways
Roofing Components (Chimney, Gutters, Downspouts)
Structural Components of the house
Foundations, Crawlspaces, Basements
Attic, Insulation, Ventilation
Electrical Systems (Main Panel, Sub Panel, Receptacles, Switches)
Plumbing Systems (Supply/Waste Piping, Water Heater, Fixtures)
Interior Components (Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Windows, Doors, Stairs)
Fireplaces (Wood-burning, Gas fueled)
Also known as a Pre-Listing Inspection, it is very similar to a buyer's home inspection. This inspection will let you know you of any problems or shortcomings that you could repair or correct prior to listing your home. Making such repairs could allow you to possibly list your home higher than initially thought. Also, by having a Home Inspection report for your own home, you’ll put yourself in a much better position to negotiate with potential buyers.
WOOD DESTROYING INSECTS
Wood-destroying insects, like termites and carpenter ants, can cause major structural damage to a home if left undetected. We inspect all visible components of the structure for related damages, the property for signs of an infestation as well as areas prone to moisture that attracts these insects.
Radon is attributed as the second leading cause of lung cancer, resulting in 21,000 deaths per year. Radon comes from the natural breakdown of uranium in soil and rock which is then released into the air you breathe. Radon typically enters your home through cracks and other holes in the foundation. Radon can also enter your home through well water. Our inspectors are licensed measurement technicians who will test for this odorless and colorless inert gas.