Termite Inspection NJ – New Jersey WDI Inspection

Looking for Termite Inspection NJ? New Jersey Termite and other wood destroying insect inspection is one of Certified Home Inspections premier inspection services. Our NJ Termite Inspections are thorough and affordable.

Certified Home Inspections offers a visual wood destroying insect (WDI) inspection that can be performed with or without a general home inspection.

A WDI inspection covers the visually accessible areas of a home and includes an inspection for termites, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, and wood boring beetle. The inspection will point out conditions that could lead to infestation or support-hidden infestation. These include firewood and other debris stored against the home, wood siding contact with the soil, and grade, which does not slope away from the foundation.

All WDI inspections use the National Pest Management Association report format NPMA-33 that is recognized by most states and is the preferred report format for FHA, HUD and VA mortgages.


Radon Inspection NJ – New Jersey Radon Testing

Looking for Radon Inspection NJ? New Jersey Radon Testing is one of Certified Home Inspections premier inspection services. Our NJ Radon Gas Testing is accurate and affordable.

Radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless naturally occurring radioactive gas that seeps from soil into homes through cracks and other openings in the foundation or walls that come in contact with the soil.

Exposure to radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer next to smoking. Radon gas measurement is easy and should be considered by the buyer of any real estate transaction. Certified Home Inspections will conduct a short-term radon test and provide you with an accurate reading of the radon level for the lowest level suitable for occupancy.

Mold Inspection NJ – New Jersey Mold Testing

Looking for Mold Inspection NJ? New Jersey Mold Testing and Inspection is one of Certified Home Inspections premier inspection services. Our NJ Mold Inspections are accurate and affordable.

There is wide variability in how different people are affected by indoor mold. However, the long-term presence of indoor mold growth may eventually become unhealthy for anyone… and some molds are more hazardous than others. The following types of people may be affected more severely and sooner than others:

  • Infants and children
  • Elderly People
  • Individuals with respiratory conditions or sensitivities such as allergies and asthma
  • Persons having weakened immune systems (for example, people with HIV infection, chemotherapy patients, and organ transplant recipients)

Those with special health concerns should consult a medical professional if they feel their health is affected by indoor mold.

The first step is identifying if you have a mold problem. We can perform a mold survey and then take air and swab samples, which a local lab will analyze. These results are presented in a detailed report that will identify the type of mold, its toxicity, and quantity in the home.

Meet the owner

Meet the owner

Michael J. Rosa, the owner of Certified Home Inspections, has been performing inspections for over 20 years and is a member of InterNACHI and a certified master inspector.

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(973) 667-3747

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