If you’re selling a home here in New Jersey, our expert evaluation services can help! For over 20 years, Jersey Shore Crawlspace has assisted home sellers in identifying and addressing potential issues, ensuring a smoother and more profitable home sale process. We evaluate crawlspaces, basements, attics, exterior drainage, garages and commercial entities.  

Our evaluation service uncovers conditions that can be proactively addressed to avoid surprises during the buyer’s inspection, preserving your home’s value. Unlike free estimates from competitors, Jersey Shore Crawlspace will help you navigate package options designed to address the conditions requested to correct in various ways. In many cases this results in a tremendous cost savings. 

We provide the tools you need to make informed decisions on repairs and installations, ensuring you can sell your home confidently without concerns about hidden damage or overlooked past repairs.

Each evaluation comes with a detailed report that provides a thorough understanding of the conditions evaluated. This documentation often serves as a resource in addressing issues before they become negotiating points at the closing table.

Our team documents each evaluation with photographs of your crawlspace, basement, attic, exterior, and more. The initial set provides a baseline for future visits and establishes the current conditions visually. These photos can be conveniently shared via a link we provide, which can be sent in any format to anyone.

Provides a detailed history of potential moisture problems, helping sellers understand the home’s past issues and any measures needed to address them before listing. Our reporting goes into more detail than what you could typically expect from a home inspection.

Equips NJ real estate sellers with critical information about the home’s condition, enabling them to make informed decisions on necessary repairs and maintenance, potentially avoiding unexpected expenses during the sale process.

Builds trust with potential buyers by offering a transparent view of the home’s past and present conditions, leading to smoother transactions. Our documentation includes detailed information and photographs that can be utilized in negotiations and the transaction process.

Empowers sellers, real estate agents, and real estate attorney’s documentation to negotiate from a position of strength, whether it’s for repairs, price adjustments, or other conditions based on the inspection findings. Addressing issues upfront helps in presenting a well-maintained home to potential buyers.

These evaluations provide New Jersey Home sellers with a comprehensive understanding of the home’s past and present conditions related to moisture, contributing to a more informed, transparent, and confident home selling process.

  • Foundation Assurance: Identifies issues such as cracks and moisture, providing peace of mind to potential buyers about the structural integrity of the home.
  • Moisture History: Reveals past water intrusion or ongoing moisture problems, helping sellers understand the home’s moisture history and take preventive measures.
  • Informed Negotiation: Allows for transparent discussions and negotiations, potentially leading to necessary repairs before the sale, thus enhancing buyer confidence.
  • Moisture Insight: Identifies previous or existing leaks, water stains, and dampness, giving sellers a clear understanding of potential moisture problems.
  • Foundation Stability: Checks for cracks and signs of settling, offering reassurance to buyers about the long-term stability of the home.
  • Utility Condition: Assesses the state of electrical and plumbing systems, which can indicate past water damage or flooding issues, ensuring sellers are aware of any risks.
  • Roof Integrity: Identifies suspected past roof leaks and damage, helping sellers gauge the home’s ability to withstand weather and prevent future moisture problems.
  • Ventilation and Insulation: Ensures the attic is properly ventilated and insulated, which is crucial for preventing moisture buildup and maintaining energy efficiency.
  • Historical Pest Presence: Detects past pest infestations that may have contributed to moisture issues, providing sellers with a complete picture of the attic’s condition.
  • Water Damage Prevention: Ensures proper drainage systems are in place, preventing future water damage and offering sellers peace of mind regarding the home’s protection from water.
  • Landscape Evaluation: Assesses grading and landscaping for proper water flow away from the home, highlighting any previous drainage issues and current effectiveness.
  • Gutter and Downspout Functionality: Verifies the efficiency of gutters and downspouts in directing water away from the house, crucial for preventing moisture damage to the foundation and basement.

By addressing potential issues upfront, you can ensure a smoother home selling process, maintain your home’s value, and avoid the pitfalls that can occur when problems are discovered by a buyer’s home inspector.