Don’t choose your NJ home inspector based on price alone. We all know the cheapest person isn’t necessarily the best person nor is the most expensive necessarily the best person. The important thing is to check referrals and know exactly what services your New Jersey home inspection company will provide prior to hiring them.
A home inspector should be inspecting your home with its health and condition in mind and not an opportunity to make money off of home repairs. Many contracts offer inspection services but it is important to remember that they stand to make a profit on every repair they suggest. In addition it is important to make sure a home inspection company is bonded and insured. You want to make sure you are covered should something significant occur as a result of a poorly conducted New Jersey home inspection. Ask the tough questions and remember no question is too small.
Contact our team at Sherlock Home Inspectors today to learn more about home inspection services in New Jersey. We welcome the opportunity to fill you in on the process while sharing our checklist with you. Let our knowledge and experience work to your advantage and choose Sherlock as your NJ home inspector.
Click here to read “8 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Home Inspector” from US News & World Report.
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