What’s Inspected

Although a home inspection is defined differently from state to state, it’s generally considered as a non-invasive, visual evaluation of a property. A home inspection, much like an inspection of a motor vehicle, is provided at the cost of the homeowner and is meant to detect any flaws that may exist in a dwelling.

A residential home inspection takes into account all readily available space within your home, including exteriors such as driveways, porches and walkways, as well as interiors like crawlspaces, basements and attics. All systems and subsystems are inspected in detail, and according to specific guidelines. Because a home inspection is strictly visual, no disassembling will take place, nor will damage be caused to your home.

Specializing in pre-purchase home inspections throughout New Jersey, including Union County, Dean Arrington Associates provides thorough and professional inspection services. Contact us today for additional information.