Your Trusted New Jersey Home Inspection Professionals

We are proudly the best choice for Homeowners, Realtors, Buyers, and even insurance agents. We help sellers and buyer by pointing out defects and issues that exists with the property. We work extended hours to accommodate busy schedules, evenings and weekends.

Call Us Today- Toll Free: 1-833-800-2432 / Sam (Wisam) Cell : 201-844-8119 / Errol: 646-975-8748

Sam and Errol, Your Trusted Professionals

We have the knowledge and expertise to help you walk through the home inspection process like a pro.  Our NJ State Licensed and certified Inspectors have helped countless home buyers navigate the waters of the home inspection process reducing the stress and anxiety by explaining every little detail. We make sure that no aspect of the home is missed. We use state of art equipment’s and tools because we know that our clients are making the most significant purchase. Our staff arrives on time so that you aren’t left waiting around, and providing evening and weekend appointments so that you can schedule your inspection when it works best for you.

Wisam Kudeh NJ License #24GI00192400
Radon License # MET14208
Errol Rijaard NJ LIC# 24G100194000
Radon #MET14216
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Professional Inspectors, serving The great state of NJ

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New Homes – Old and Historic Home Inspections

This inspection covers all systems of a home: Electrical, Structural, Plumbing, HVAC, Alternative Energy Systems, Pools & Spas.

Radon Testing

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer.  It is the second leading cause for cancer after smoking. You can’t see or smell radon. Testing is the only way to know the level of exposure.  Radon can have a big impact on indoor air quality.  Check Master Home Inspections can check for radon at the time of inspection if requested.

Sewer Scope (Lateral line)

Buyers should obtain a lateral sewer inspection if the home in question is more than 20 years old. The line might be fairly new compared to homes built before 1950, but it’s fairly common for tree roots to clog it up over 20 years or so. Avoid paying thousands of dollars in replacement or repair cost by presenting the deficiency cost to the sell

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