You need the best, most thorough home inspection in New Jersey and New York State, and you have found Total Home Inspection Services. Total Home Inspection Services is Nigel Turner, Neal Lewis, Mark Bragin, Tim Nadzan, Greg Norton, Adam Tate, Patrick Boll, Matt Prawetz and Jason Donkersloot. We service all of northern New Jersey, including Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Morris, Essex, Somerset, Hudson, Union, Middlesex and Sussex counties, and southern New York State, including Orange, Rockland, Putnam and Westchester counties.
Our mission is to maximize the return on your home investment or sale. By giving you the most thorough, in-depth home inspection, we identify flaws or issues that other inspection companies may miss, potentially saving you thousands of dollars in future repairs. We also educate you on the systems and maintenance needed to comfortably live in your home.
Meet THIS Team
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Nigel Turner, NJ Licensed Inspector #24GI00074000
Cell: (201) 406-5213
Neal Lewis, NJ Licensed Inspector #24GI00011200
Cell: (201) 819-4361
Mark Bragin, NJ Licensed Inspector #24GI00120400
Cell: (551) 404-3101
Tim Nadzan, NJ Licensed Inspector #24GI00133300
Cell: (201) 835-2991
Greg Norton, NJ Licensed Inspector #24GI00162700,
NY Licensed Inspector #16000104720
Cell: (973) 809-6254
Adam Tate, NJ Licensed Inspector #24GI00157500,
NY Licensed Inspector #16000102540
Cell: (201) 960-5489
Patrick Boll, NJ Licensed Inspector #24GI00212800
Cell: (201) 951-0801
Matt Prawetz, Sewer Line Scope Specialist
NJ Licensed Inspector #24GI00175200
Cell: (201) 247-2842
Jason Donkersloot, Oil Tank Sweep Specialist
Cell: (201) 314-9357
About Your New Community
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Bergen County is the most populous county in the state of New Jersey with a 2015.
Located in the north east corner of New Jersey, Essex County is part of the New York.
Located in the north central region of New Jersey, Morris County is about 25 miles west.
Passaic County New Jersey is a county of roughly a half million people in the northern part of the state.