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5 Ways To Make Your Home More Efficient

5 Ways To Make Your Home More Efficient

Your Home Could Be More Environmentally-Friendly If your home is more than 10 years old, there are likely some things you can do to make it more environmentally-friendly. Using technology and changing your habits will increase your home's efficiency and reduce your...

Easy Ways to Make Your Deck Safer

Easy Ways to Make Your Deck Safer

Summertime is here and pleasant weather means spending more time outdoors with family and friends. Prepare for cookouts and lounging on the backyard deck by tackling a bit of maintenance ahead of time. Here are a few easy ways to make your deck safer. Maintain...

Reasons to Order a Home Inspection on New Construction

Reasons to Order a Home Inspection on New Construction

When you’re building a brand new home, you expect the finished house to be in great condition. Unfortunately, with the number of workers on the job, mistakes can happen. Here are a few reasons to order a home inspection on new construction. Your Builder May Not Notice...

5 Spring Cleaning Tips for Areas You Might Overlook

5 Spring Cleaning Tips for Areas You Might Overlook

During spring cleaning, it’s easy to remember to clean the obvious spots like closets, floors, and windows. However, several other places in the home are commonly overlooked during this time. Read on to find some great spring cleaning tips for areas of the home you...

5 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Home Inspector

5 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Home Inspector

If you’re buying a new home, hire a professional home inspector to provide a thorough inspection. There are probably several different professional home inspectors in your area that you could hire. Here are questions to ask when hiring a home inspector. Questions to...

Choosing a Water Filter for Your Home

Choosing a Water Filter for Your Home

Both urban and rural areas may have contaminants in the drinking water. Pollutants like arsenic, fluoride, and mercury, among many others, can cause health problems. Water filters are available to provide cleaner water to you and your family. A water filter for your...

Keep Your Fireplace Safe This Winter

Keep Your Fireplace Safe This Winter

Before lighting your fireplace this season, make sure it is in good shape. If it’s been a year or more since you last used your fireplace, it’s important to take steps to keep your fireplace safe. From regular maintenance to a deep-cleaning, preparing your fireplace...

3 Easy Ways to Maintain a Healthy and Safe Home

3 Easy Ways to Maintain a Healthy and Safe Home

As a homeowner, you want your home to be a safe place to spend time. Family and friends will be more comfortable and you will have peace of mind when you take steps to maintain a healthy and safe home. Become Smoke Detector Savvy One strategy you should use to keep...

5 Clues That You Have Mold in the Home

5 Clues That You Have Mold in the Home

Mold can cause health symptoms and aggravate already-existing respiratory conditions. Mold growth is not always obvious; it can spread unseen behind walls or beneath carpeting. Whether you own your house or rent, watch out for these signs of mold in the home. Bubbling...

4 Signs of Termites in the Home

4 Signs of Termites in the Home

Termites are a destructive pest found throughout the U.S. They can cause thousands of dollars in damage before you even know they are there. Look for signs of termites before the infestation becomes severe. Here are four things to watch for. Visible Damage is Among...

The Dangers of Radon in the Home

The Dangers of Radon in the Home

You may know that radon gas is dangerous, but never thought it could affect your home. Radon in the home is a problem for a couple of reasons. First, it is not detectable without a special radon test. Second, it can cause lung cancer. Read on to learn what you can do...

Underground Oil Tanks: Information for the Homebuyer

Underground Oil Tanks: Information for the Homebuyer

It is common for older homes in New Jersey and other states to have underground fuel storage tanks on the property. Many of these tanks are in place even if they are no longer in use. If you're shopping for a house, an underground oil tank on the property may pose a...

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New Jersey Home Inspector Erik Zerrenner

Erik Zerrenner, CMI

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