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584 Kingfisher Circle Brick, New Jersey 08723 United States
P: +1 732-766-3193   Website: Click Here

About Us

I am Edgar Woodson, owner of Anchor Inspection Services, one of New Jersey's premiere home inspection firms. Below you will find listed some of the qualifications that I offer for the examination of your new home or investment property. You deserve no less when considering an investment of this magnitude!

Over 20 years of experience in engineering and construction (commercial and residential) support my inspections and inform my reporting. My experience includes properties from 500 sq. ft.to 1.2M sq. ft. and ranges from swinging a hammer framing in former days, to project development and mangement of large scale commercial construction and renovations.

New Jersey Home Inspection License 24GI00062000

FREA Commecrial and Residential Real Estate Inspector

New Jersey DEP Radon Measurement License MET11346

New Jersey DEP Pesticide Applicators License 27900B  

Certainteed Certified Master Shingle Applicator

ESA - CMA - Certified Mold Assessor - ESA Member #2054

           CMI - Certified Mold Investigator

           CIAQT - Certified Indoor Air Quality Technician

Certified Universal Refrigerant Handler

Anchor Inspection Services, LLC / Edgar Woodson has 1 Reviews

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Easiest for me just to copy / paste email I sent to Edgar after his home inspection: I couldn't be more pleased with you services. You addressed all of my worry points with the new house and gave me the satisfaction of knowing that everything was reviewed by a much more discerning and educated eye than my own. Prior to the inspection I had casually voiced my priorities for what I was concerned about and had just assumed that you might miss one or two of my hot button items. To my surprise you not only took the care to look into all of my concerns, but did so in a very thoughtful manner. In the past I have come across two types of home inspectors - those in the pockets of the realtors, and those looking to prove what great detectives they are. The "realtor inspectors' major concern is to just give the appearance of a thoughtful inspection, but the overriding priority is to not break the deal and cut off future referrals from the realtor. The "great detectives" I think take pride in the opposite. They go so far as to overstate unimportant items purely to satisfy their ego and be the savior by breaking deals. When I was doing my research I had chosen you because I had gotten the impression that you migh be different, and I am very glad to say that I was right. After meeting with you and reading your report I really got the feeling that your overriding concern was to be my advocate, which after all, is what I was looking for in a home inspector in the first place. Hopefully we wont be moving again any time soon, but I will make sure to keep your number around in case anybody asks me for a referral.