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Why Palisade Home Inspection?

Quality NJ Home Inspections

Palisade Home Inspection provides Northern New Jersey with quality home inspections to help you make the best decision for your home purchase or sale. Our comprehensive NJ home inspection services provide you with no-nonsense, upfront answers to your questions about the condition of your property and a clear understanding of your home's general condition. We also help identify potentially costly problems and provide helpful recommendations.

Palisade Home Inspection is newly formed in 2021, We offer over 30 years of experience in contracting, home renovations, and property management. As a family owned & operated company, you can expect personalized service from a company that treats our customers like family.

We don't cut corners! Our NJ home inspection services are the most thorough and complete in the state. We combine our expertise and deep knowledge of the industry with the latest inspection technology in our NJ home inspection services, including infrared scanning and a telescoping high resolution roof survey camera.

Proudly Serving Northern New Jersey

Our NJ Home Inspection Services

All home inspections in New Jersey must be conducted by a licensed inspector.

NJ Home Inspection License # 24G100087300

NJ Buyer's Inspection

A home may be your biggest investment. You can count on Palisade Home Inspection for an expert and thorough analysis of your home so that you can make informed decisions.

NJ Condo Inspection

We are based in Hudson County and specialize in the Northern NJ condo market. We will help you understand and assess the condition of your condo unit.

NJ Seller's


Get any surprises over with and out of the way and put yourself in the best position to negotiate at closing by scheduling your New Jersey seller's home inspection with Palisade Home Inspection.

NJ Pool/Spa Inspection

The safety and condition of a pool is a vitally important part of assessing the purchase of a new home. We will conduct a full inspection of your pool or spa to help you make informed decisions.

Clean, Easy to Read Reports

Our reports are free of jargon and laid out in a clear, uncluttered way, with richly illustrated text and high resolution photos that are marked up to highlight the issues being discussed.

Your report will identify components that are not performing, as well as items that are near the end of their life. Your report will also include ballpark costs for repairs and maintenance tips to protect your home.

Read a sample report.

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Thermal Imaging Included

Thermal imagery helps detects issues that cannot be seen with the naked eye. An infrared inspection can identify and document energy and heat loss, damaged cooling or electrical systems, moisture intrusion/leaks, and electrical hazards.

Your easy-to-read report will include IR images alongside standard digital images, and a clear explanation of the findings of the thermal inspection.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a NJ home inspection cost? 

Our NJ home inspections start as low as $419, depending on the size and age of the home.

We offer a 10% discount for Veterans and first responders.

For more information view our Pricing page.

What is included in the home inspection?

Your home inspection includes a visual survey and basic performance evaluation of components and systems that are readily and easily accessible, including:


  • Garages and/or carports
  • Exterior doors
  • Drainage, grading, plants and retaining walls
  • Wall coverings, flashing and trim
  • Driveways, patios and walkways
  • Balconies, decks, steps, porches and railings
  • Eaves, fascias and soffits (if visible)
  • Roof (including chimneys and other roof penetrations like skylights)
  • Downspouts and gutters


  • Doors and windows
  • Garage doors and operators
  • Installed kitchen appliances
  • Walls, floors and ceilings
  • Duct work
  • Cabinets and countertops
  • Foundation
  • Fuel burning fireplace and stoves


  • Water heater
  • Fixtures and faucets
  • Sump pumps
  • Sewage ejectors
  • Drain, vent and waste systems
  • Pools and spas (offered for a separate fee as a standalone inspection or add-on service with a standard home inspection)


  • Service equipment, drops, grounding and main disconnects
  • Service cables, entrance conductors and raceways
  • Light fixtures, receptacles and power switches
  • Overcurrent protection devices
  • Circuit interrupters


  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning, including thermostats, vents, distribution systems, access panels, insulation and vapor retarders

What is not included in the home inspection?

If a system or component in your home is not readily and easily accessible, then it will be excluded from the inspection.

Additional items that are not included in our professional home inspection checklist are:

  • Lead-based paint testing
  • Landscaping
  • Low-wattage electrical systems (security, alarm systems and phone lines)
  • Solar panels
  • Outbuildings
  • Window blinds
  • Water filtration/reverse osmosis systems
  • Mold testing
  • Fences
  • Water softeners
Should I be present during the inspection?

Yes, we encourage you to be present during the inspection.

Since inspections tend to be lengthy, many clients will typically attend toward the end of the inspection so that we can run through any items of note and answer questions.

How long will the inspection take?

A thorough, quality inspection should never be rushed and will take between three and six hours to complete, depending on the size of the home.

When will I receive the inspection report?

In most cases you will receive the report the next day.

What if I have questions later regarding items found in the report?

We are always available and accessible to our clients. You can call or text any time after you've received your report to discuss any questions or concerns you might have.

When is payment due?

We ask for payment in full prior to the inspection date. Once you schedule your inspection, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to make the payment.

Should I get an inspection on a home that I plan to sell?

Conducting a pre-listing home inspection is a great way to understand any conditions and possible defects that may be discovered by a buyer's inspector, providing you with a competitive advantage. By knowing about these items ahead of time, you can address them up front and either factor them into the asking price or remediate them prior to listing.

Areas We Serve

We proudly serve North Jersey, including Hudson County (Bayonne, East Newark, Guttenberg, Harrison, Hoboken, Jersey City, Kearny, North Bergen, Union City, Weehawken, and West New York); Bergen County (Alpine, Creskill, Dumont, Edgewater, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Fort Lee, North Arlington, Palisades Park, Rockleigh, Teaneck, Tenafly, and Upper Saddle River); and Essex County (the Oranges, Newark, Montclair, Nutley, West Caldwell, and Cedar Grove).