ValueGuard NJ Home Inspections

New Jersey Home Inspections by ValueGuard

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Experienced, Licensed NJ Home Inspectors

Since 1997, over 50,000 families have trusted ValueGuard® experienced, certified and licensed New Jersey home inspectors to inspect their Burlington, Camden and Gloucester County, New Jersey homes.

5 Reasons to Call ValueGuard for your NJ Home Inspection

1.  Local, BBB Accredited Business with an A+ rating
2.  Experienced, ASHI Certified & licensed NJ home inspectors
3.  Detailed, unbiased home inspection reports with color photos

4.  Superior NJ home inspections at competitive prices!
5.  Award-winning client services. Knowledgeable office staff.

NJ Home Inspection Prices

Competitive NJ Home Inspection Prices

ASHI Certified 3BR Home Inspections, starting at $399!

Compare our professionalism, experience and competitive prices with any NJ home inspection company.  We offer superior home inspection services by experienced, certified and licensed home inspectors at competitive prices, guaranteed!

ValueGuard Home Inspection Report

ValueGuard Home Inspection Reports Speak For Themselves!

Our NJ Home Inspection Reports are Clearly Superior!

ValueGuard's experienced NJ home inspectors prepare a comprehensive narrative-style home inspection report with color photos.  Each major system of the property including the Structural, Roofing, Exterior Components, Electrical, Heating and Cooling, Insulation and Ventilation, Plumbing and Interior Components are evaluated. The inspector's observations are referenced as Major Concerns, Safety Issues, Repair Items, Areas of Improvement or Items to Monitor. The Report Overview, Maintenance Advice and color photos make the report easy-to-understand and useful. View our sample NJ home inspection report now.

ten questions to ask your new jersey home inspector

Ten Questions to Ask Your NJ Home Inspector

1. What does your home inspection cover?
2. How long has your company been inspection homes?
3. Are you specifically experienced in residential inspection?

4. Do you offer to do repairs or improvements based on the home inspection?
5. How long will the home inspection take?

new home inspection

New home inspections: Are they Necessary?

Yes! All homes should be inspected whether they are one year old, or five years old or over 100 years! Even the best built new homes often have significant safety and repair issues that may go unnoticed for a long time by new home buyers. This may result in unexpected, costly repairs down the road. Knowing the condition of your new home is vital to making the right decisions. A review of ValueGuard home inspection reports on new homes revealed a startling number of safety issues and needed repairs that any homebuyer should know in advance of the closing. See what we found, click here.


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