A thorough Home Inspection can help you buy or sell your home with confidence. As trained and experienced professionals we have seen a lot, and we’ll provide invaluable information to help turn you into a knowledgeable consumer. A knowledgeable home owner can identify problems in the making and take preventive measures to avoid costly repairs. A knowledgeable home seller can understand conditions that a future buyer’s inspector may point out and put the property in better selling condition by making repairs. Our inspection services include:
HOME, CONDO AND TOWNHOUSE
Home, condo, and townhouse inspections in Bergen County NJ are an important part of any real estate transaction, but can also be carried out by homeowners wanting to know the overall condition of a home they may have owned for years
BLDG & COMMERCIAL
Commercial Building Inspections in Bergen County NJ are an important part of any commercial real estate transaction, but can also be carried out by building owners simply wanting to know the overall condition of their property.
Pre-listing inspections in Bergen County NJ can be an invaluable step in the selling process. Knowing what issues exist prior to listing can enable a homeowner to make necessary repairs or to or to simply be prepared throughout the selling process.
Radon inspections in Bergen County NJ are best performed by Aurora Home Inspections. Not only will Aurora Home Inspections test your home for radon, but we will also go one step further by offering a Radon Protection Plan! Knowing whether radon exists is an important feature for the health of your home and your family.
Mold inspections in Bergen County NJ can reveal whether this fungus exists in your home and how widespread the problem may be. While most homeowners are familiar with the black mold that appears in wet areas of a home, like kitchens and bathrooms, the existence of invisible mold can go virtually unnoticed.
Termite inspections in Bergen County NJ are helpful to real estate investors as well as homeowners. Termites can do a number on a home and knowing whether or not they are hiding somewhere can prevent undue damage.