Hello, I’m Steve Appolonia. As founder, owner and sole inspector of AAA Home Inspections, I am responsible for your entire client experience. I encourage you to be present for your inspection and to ask questions as they come up. I’ve been involved in homes and construction for most of my adult life, and consider home-related conversations a hobby as well as an important part of my profession. Really. I could and sometimes do talk about houses and apartment buildings all day. I welcome your interest, your questions, and the opportunity to help you learn about your prospective new home.

When you hire a home inspector to inform you about the condition of a New Jersey home for sale, you’re putting a lot of trust in the inspector’s training, knowledge, experience, and integrity. My sincere goal is to meet and exceed your expectations. Additionally, I promise to take the time to ensure you understand my findings. I know that a complicated report filled with builder jargon is of little use to a homeowner, so I detail my findings in clear, easily understood language.

InterNACHI Certified New Jersey Home Inspector 

I take my training and ongoing education responsibilities seriously. When you work with me, you’re getting up-to-date industry knowledge backed by years of hands-on experience. As an InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector®, I adhere to a strict code of ethics and comprehensive standards of practice. My professional experiences as a property investor and general building and remodeling contractor have given me a broad background on which to build my formal home inspection training. I’m an ASHI member in good standing, and take advantage of industry updates and ongoing training resources as they become available.

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Roof Inspection

We can inspect the accessible part of the roof from the ground or by climbing up on top if possible.

Four-Point Home Inspection

Our four-point home inspection avoids late-stage surprises during the sale of their home. This examination includes the major components of a home.

Wind Mitigation

Wind mitigation is commonly referred to as a windstorm inspection. So that homeowners are sure that their property is protected in the event of unpredictable weather conditions.

If you wish to know more about our inspection service or would like to get a quote, feel free to contact us.

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