John Brancato has been a Home Inspector for 22 years. He is a retired Professional Fire Fighter, Fire Inspector, an active member of UNICO and The Garden State Chapter of The American Society of Home Inspectors and The New Jersey Association of Licensed Professional Home Inspectors. John attends monthly continuing education classes and has proudly mentored a number of successful Home Inspectors.

Attorneys, Real Estate Brokers and satisfied customers have referred buyers to John Brancato for 22 years. You can expect a professional inspection with personal service, each and every time!

There is no substitute for experience!


John A. Brancato
NJ License #24GI00023200

Call Toll Free: 888 993-7700
C: 201-390-6916
Ph: 609-978-9932
Fx: 609-978-3518

24 Ruth Ann Drive
Manahawkin, NJ 08050


What is a home inspection?

A home inspection is a comprehensive evaluation of the property. A complete report includes structural, mechanical and non-mechanical elements of your home, such as: Structure, Exterior, Foundation, Floor Support, Walls and Ceilings, Roof Support, Interior, Heating and Air Conditioning, Kitchen, Bathroom, Plumbing, Electrical, Water Heater, Testing for Radon & Wood Destroying Insects.

Do I need a home inspector?

A qualified inspector will provide an unbiased assessment of the property. This information can be used to plan for repairs, maintenance or upgrades or reveal conditions that may be important in negotiating the terms of the sale.

How long will the home inspections take?

A minimum of 1 ½ to 2 hours depending on the size, location and condition of the home, and the number of inspectors present. Accompanying the inspector can help you understand the conditions in the home.

What kind of report will I receive?

It is a narrative report in easy to read paragraph form. Unlike companies that provide checklists or automated reports filled with pages of disclaimers, JAB provides individually prepared reports unique to your property

When should I schedule the inspection?

Most real estate contracts provide a limited amount of time to complete all inspections. Ask your Attorney or Realtor to explain the inspection deadlines in your contract.