Below you will find our most frequently asked questions. We have supplied answers to each of these questions. If you need clarification on any answer, please call Ed Lawton at 609-287-7605 and he will be happy to clarify. Don’t hesitate to call, text or email with any additional questions.
Q: Are you ASHI Certified?
A: No. Ed is InterNACHI certified. ASHI is one of a few organizations for home inspectors. InterNACHI, International Association of Certified Home Inspections, is the largest home inspector organization. We follow the NJ Standards of Practice which are in line with NACHI standards. Ed is involved with the local NACHI chapter where he receives continuing education.
Q: What certifications do you have?
A: Ed Lawton is Lead Safe Certified and can perform lead inspections.
Q: How much do you charge for a home inspection?
A: Our pricing is variable depending upon the size of the home. View Our Pricing Schedule
Q: Can you lower your pricing?
A: No. Our pricing is already one of the lowest around.
Q: Do you accept credit cards?
A: For standard home inspections for homes 2,000 square feet and below, clients can pay online HERE.
For home inspections greater than 2,000 square feet, we will send the client a custom invoice via email to pay online.
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Q: Do you do termite inspections?
A: We work with three different termite inspectors who will perform the termite inspection at the time of the home inspection.
Q: Do you offer lead inspections?
A: Yes! Ed Lawton can test for lead under his sister company Petersburg Building Company as his lead safe certification is through the sister company.
Q: What do I need to bring to the inspection?
A: Please bring a a signed copy of the inspection agreement along with payment.
Q: Do you do repairs?
No, not on inspection reports that we generate. However, we can do repairs on another inspector’s inspection report through our sister company, Petersburg Building Company.
Q: Can you recommend service contractors?
A: Yes, however, please know that we are not financially tied to these recommendations.