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How to Pass a Home Inspection in South Jersey

How to Pass a Home Inspection in South Jersey

To pass a home inspection in South Jersey, your home needs to be in tiptop shape. Unfortunately, not all problems with your home are visible to the naked eye – even now, you could have hidden problems lurking beneath your floorboards. These problems add up. 

Failing your home inspection is usually a deal breaker with potential homebuyers. Having a professional home inspector inspect your home is the best course of action. But you can also complete a reasonable pre-inspection on your own relatively easily. A pre-inspection can give you a valuable heads up to expensive deal breakers and save you from a deal falling through. That’s why, along with industry insiders, we have created a special report for you titled “11 Things You Need to Know to Pass Your Home Inspection Is Available Now.”

Don’t let the perfect offer slip through your fingertips. Follow along as we take a deep dive into our tips to help you pass a home inspection in South Jersey:

  1. Fix defective plumbing
  2. Check for signs of rotting wood
  3. Pay attention to cracks

1. Fix Defective Plumbing

Few things will kill a real estate deal faster than defective plumbing. Plumbing problems are expensive, time-consuming and usually create a massive inconvenience to the homeowners during repairs. 

You can spot defective plumbing by being on the lookout for leaking. An inspector will look for the second cause, clogging, manually. 

Another tell-tale sign of defective plumbing is rust-colored water coming from the faucet. This indicates that the pipes are rusting which impacts the water’s quality. 

2. Check for Signs of Rotting Wood

While some rotting wood may just be a sign of an aging home, oftentimes it is a signal that there has been water damage. And wherever you have water damage you have the potential for mold.

Rotting wood can also put you on notice that you have the potential for a termite problem since these pests love it. 

Wood rot can be seen in any number of places, including:

  • Doors
  • Window frames
  • Trim
  • Siding
  • Decks
  • Fences

A professional home inspector will be able to probe the wood to check for rot. This is especially done when the area has been freshly painted. 

Bottom line: a home inspection by a home inspector is best. To get you ready for the big inspection, complete a mini-inspection using these and other tips you’ll find in our FREE resource. 

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