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Get Holiday Savings on Your Certified NJ Home Inspection

From now until December 31st, you can save when you bundle Home Inspection, Termite and WDI Inspection, and Radon Testing.

Home Inspection Pricing

* Single Family Home Package is for homes between 1,500 and 2,500 SqFt. Townhome or Small Home Package includes single family homes up to 1,500 SqFt. Each part of a duplex will be considered as an individual townhome. $25.00 must be added for each additional out building or detached garage. 

Any accessible attics and crawl spaces will be inspected. All available windows opened and 120v outlets will be tested. Any safe roofs will be walked. All plumbing fixtures will be tested unless they are already leaking.

Why Choose Good Counsel for Your Home Inspection

No Cut Corners
Fast Turnaround

I know you're on a schedule. That's why I guarantee you will get your inspection report in 24 to 48 hours. Your condo inspection should't hold you up. Digital reporting also allows you to take your report anywhere, and give it to anyone you want.

My condo inspections are performed not only to NJ State Regulations, but also to the more rigorous InterNACHI Standards of Practice. I also guarantee you that you will receive my Uncompromised Honest Opinion 100% of the time.

A Higher Standard

I provide you with a neatly organized report complete with lots of photos and explanation. This way its easy for you to understand and explain to others too.

Professional Reporting

Sometimes household appliances can have manufacturing defects which can be dangerous. That's why a RecallChek is always included with your home inspection. RecallChek will tell you whether there are any existing  recalls on your installed appliances, and set you up to inform you of future recalls.

RecallChek Always Included

It can be hard to get away from your job to attend a full home inspection. That's why I offer home inspection appointment times morning and afternoon every day of the week.

Flexible Scheduling
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Inspector Credentials

NJ Licensed Home Inspector

Home inspectors have to be licensed in NJ. The Department of Consumer Affairs makes sure that inspectors are experienced, and continue their education. You can also check the NJ license verification site to be sure that your inspector is licensed.

Home Inspector Lic. # 24GI00143100

Certified Radon Tech.

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can build up inside closed structures. Luckily, New Jersey trains and licenses technicians to test for radon so that you don't have to put yourself or your family at risk unnecessarily.

Radon Measurement Technician Certification # MET13499

Certified WDO Inspector

In NJ there is no licensing for termite and wood destroying insect inspection. Anyone can do one, but not just anyone has the experience to do the inspection the right way. I am a NJDEP licensed commercial pesticide applicator 7B and InterNACHI Certified WDO Inspector.

Commercial Pesticide Applicator License # 58228B


What's Inspected**

All my home inspection services include:

  • Thorough inspection of the home including roof, exterior, electrical, heating, cooling, insulation, ventilation, interior, structure, plumbing, heating, and detached garages or carports belonging to the home

  • Fast turnaround in 24-48 Hrs

  • Professional digital report supplied to you in PDF form for easy distribution

  • RecallChek on installed appliances and HVAC equipment

  • Combustible gas leak detection

  • Moisture testing where there is visible evidence of moisture

  • Outstanding customer service and attention to detail

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  • Roof, Gutters and Downspouts

  • Skylights, Vents, Chimneys, and Other Roof Penetrations

  • Roof Structure

  • Siding, Exterior Doors, and Windows

  • Porches, Patios, Decks, Balconies

  • Driveways and Walkways

  • Stairs, Ramps, Handrails and Guards

  • The Drainage and Grading of the Property

  • Retaining Walls Affecting the Home


  • Waste Plumbing

  • Sump Pumps

  • Permanent Plumbing Fixtures

  • Water Heaters and Boilers

  • Electrical Service Drop

  • Electrical Distribution of the Home

  • GFCI and AFCI Circuits

  • Smoke and Carbon-Monoxide Detectors

  • Fireplaces

  • Insulation

  • Ventillation

  • The Heating System

  • The Cooling System, HVAC

  • Supply Plumbing

  • Means of Egress to the Home

  • Garages, Carports and Garage Doors

  • Floors, Walls and Ceilings

  • Crawlspaces

  • Attics

  • Basements

  • Appliances

  • Foundation and Structure of the Home

*To the standards of practice set forth by NJAC 13:40-15 and the InterNACHI Standards of Practice

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