"Sometimes you get what you pay for because most of the time you pay too much"
Inspect200.com and its subsidiary affiliates have performed over 16,000 inspections throughout New Jersey and the greater Delaware Valley region since 1990. By navigating through our website, you will be able to find out more about us and the services we can provide for you. We are available and can usually schedule an appointment with short notice. We perform the following services:
• Home Inspections
• Home Health Surveys with Renovation Estimates
• Termite Certification
• Radon Testing
• Well Water, Septic, Mold and Lead Paint Testing
• and more (see our services page for a full listing)
At inspect200.com, we are dedicated to your real estate needs whether buying or selling a home. Our highly trained and experienced inspectors have each performed over 5,000 inspections and some well over 10,000! Our inspectors have found that even brand new homes have defects too. These defects were by the builder and the municipal inspector. We still find that homes over 150 years old are in structurally sound condition! more about inspect200.com
Bucks County, Cherry Hill, Cinnaminson, Delran, Moorestown, Mt. Laurel, Philadelphia, Rancocas, Riverside, East & West Hampton, Burlington County, Camden County, Cumberland County, Gloucester County, Mercer County, Monmounth County, Ocean County, and Salem County
All mortgage companies require termite certificate; well water certificate and septic certificate (if applicable).
Buying a home with a basement or a home in a known "high radon zone," you may want to test for RADON. Today radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. You should also test for radon for re-sale purposes, i.e., when you go to sell the house and it fails for radon, you may be forced to pay the $1,500 - $2,000 to correct the problem.
Other items buyers should be aware of is lead paint contamination (a known cause of brain damage in infants) and mold. Mold comes in two forms, the kind you can see (on floors and walls) and the other is in the air, invisible to the naked eye.