A. We are located in the Central New Jersey area. We cover the greater central and parts of Northern New Jersey area. However, exceptions are routinely made. Please contact us for more information.
A. No it is not required but we recommend you attend so you can ask questions. We can also go over any critical areas to ensure you understand its overall function and maintenance recommendations, like how to replace an air filter, and so on.
A. Only you, our client, will have access to the inspection report or the details stated therein. Only with your explicit permission will any other party (Realtor, homeowner, contractor, etc.) be given access to the inspection report.
A. Yes, 15% off all services. PMCS owner Eddie Molina is a veteran of the Iraq war and strongly supports our heroes in the first responder and military community. If you are a 100% disabled veteran, please contact us for a special offer.
Eddie is a strong advocate for mental health and suicide awareness for the first responder and veteran community. If you would like to know more about his commitment to these issues, visit his personal website at www.eddiemolina.com
A. A home inspection is a visual observation on readily accessible portions of the home. We cannot damage the home in any way. Secondly, property often interferes with the home inspection process. You are always encouraged to observe any previously obstructed areas during the final walk-thru when the home is typically empty of all property.
A. Home inspectors are not code inspectors. Our primary focus is on functionality, safety and material defects of the major components of the home. Furthermore, code compliance can vary from one municipality to the next. You are always encouraged to check with your municipality for code compliance.
A. PMCS is one of the most widely used acronyms in the U.S. Army. It stands for Preventative Maintenance, Checks and Services. This acronym fits well with the expectations of a home inspector and the overall responsibility of the homeowner.
A. We are very flexible. Cash, Venmo, Paypal, CashApp, money order, personal check, or credit card are all accepted.
A. No. A home inspection is an objective observation of the current condition of the home's components - this will not yield a pass or fail score. We do not conduct an appraisal (a separate step in the home-buying process) to determine the home's market value or suggest how you should proceed in your real estate transaction based on the inspection. We will, however, describe in detail the home's physical condition at the time of the inspection and make recommendations on components or systems that may need replaced, repaired, or further evaluated.