FAQ Home Inspectors - Ken Winnik NJ Home Inspections
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How Far Do you Travel

We service all of Monmouth, Ocean, Mercer and Middlesex Counties, please refer to our areas served page.

What Do Experts look for When doing a Home Inspection

All of my inspections are conducted in accordance with ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) standards and (New Jersey Home Inspection – Standards of Practice) drafted by the State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, in consultation with the Home Inspection Advisory Committee, Law and Public Safety Division of Consumer Affairs.  A “Home Inspection” is a visual, functional, non-invasive inspection of the readily accessible elements of a house including structural components (foundation, support and framing system, basement, crawl space, attic) chimney, garage, exterior (roofing system, siding, gutters, windows, doors, trim, caulking/glazing, stoops, decks, patios, sheds, landscaping and grading) roofing system, plumbing system, electrical system, interior components (ceilings, floors, walls, doors, windows), insulation components, ventilation system, fireplaces, solid fuel burning devices and Radon testing (Please see below illustration at the bottom of this page).

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Are You Licensed

Yes, under the New Jersey State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors.

Licensed home inspectors are regulated to ensure that home inspections are performed in compliance with state law and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the people of New Jersey.

Are Wood destroying insects, wells, septic tanks and oil tanks a part of the home inspection

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