Cornerstone Inspections, NJ home inspectors, performs oil tank sweeps for the occurrence of an underground storage of an oil tank. If you have had an oil tank in your home, or an oil fired furnace, there is a possibility of having an underground oil tank in your yard. The problem with these abandon oil tanks… Read more »
Your Realtor’s job is to find the perfect home, in the right location and with all of the amenities you want—and at the right price. It is the home inspector’s job to find any skeletons in the closet, or more likely in the plumbing, wiring, roof, basement and beams. Make sure you use a licensed…… Read more »
When buying a home, plan on going to your inspection with your inspector. It’s always important to follow along and see what your inspector is seeing, which can be a lot to take in. Here’s a typical inspection checklist and report we follow when conducting our inspections. Now these inspection list may seem long, but… Read more »
Here are 10 of the most cringe-worthy home inspection nightmares of all time, courtesy of the brave inspectors all over the world at ASHI Reporter
DIY quickly becomes “don’t it yourself” when home inspectors uncover hairbrained construction and makeshift repairs. Here are 10 more crazy discoveries, courtesy of the ASHI Reporter.
Hello and welcome to Cornerstone Inspection’s blog! As a New Jersey home inspector, I will give you tips on what to look for when inspecting your home, post nightmares of places I have been to, or where others have been to, and just good information people need when it comes to home inspection. Whatever you… Read more »