David Lightner, CPI

Owner / Inspector

NJ Lic.24GI00104200




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What's Inspected?

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                                                        Call us to schedule at

(848) 565-7741


A home inspection is a non-invasive, visual inspection of the readily accessible components and systems that make up the home. There are over 400 inspection points that we inspect and keeping in compliance with N.J.A.C.13.40-15.16 this would typically include:

 Structural Components:

Foundations, Columns, Beams, Basements, Crawl spaces, Floor, Wall and Ceiling Structures.

 Roofing Components:

Roof Structure (rafters, truss, etc.), Roof Coverings (asphalt/fiberglass shingle, cedar shake, tile, slate, metal, roll roof material, flat/built-up, etc.), Gutters, Downspouts, Flashings, Skylights and Chimneys.

 Exterior Components:

Siding (brick, brick veneer, vinyl, composition board, stucco, cement shingle, wood, cedar, stone), Garage, Carports, Decks, Patios, Porches, Driveways, Walks, Fences, Soffits, Fascias, Retaining Walls, Basement Stairwells, Window Wells, Lots/Grounds and Water Spigots.

 Interior Components:

Ceilings, Walls, Floors, Doors, Windows, Kitchens (installed ranges, range venting, dishwasher, microwave, food disposal), Baths (sinks/vanities, tub/showers, toilets), Laundry Facilities (washer/dryer power supplies, washer drains, utility sink/drains, dryer venting), Fireplaces and Stairs/Handrails.

 Heating & Cooling Components:

Forced Air, Boilers, Radiant Heat, Heat Pumps, Central Air, Ductwork, Registers, Radiators, Thermostats and Filtering Systems.

 Electrical Components:

Electric Service Entrance, Service Panels and Sub Panels, Circuit Breakers, Fuses, Grounding, Branch Circuits, Outlets/Wall Switches and Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI).

Plumbing Components:

Main Supply Lines, Distribution Lines, Drains, Traps, Vents, Faucets, Shut-Off Values, Pressure Regulators and Water Heaters,

 Attic Components:

Insulation, Ventilation, Vapor Barriers, Attic Fans, Whole House Fans, Plumbing Vent Pipes, Furnace Flues and Chimneys.

 If I can’t take the time to do it right, I’d rather not do it at all.

 An average home inspection takes approximately 2.5 to 3 hours to complete. I schedule a 4 hour for each inspection so I am never being rushed. I spend just as much time in the office preparing the report as I do on site. Getting it right for you is my top priority. 


                                                    Call us to schedule at

(848) 565-7741