Princeton man faces 3 years for performing lead inspections without certification

PRINCETON TOWNSHIP – A township man faces three years in prison after he pleaded guilty today to illegally performing lead inspections on residences in Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean counties. Ira Eisenstein, who owned a home inspection business in Princeton Township, admitted in Federal Court in Newark the he performed the inspections knowing he did not […]

Join NJ-Alphi Group at Linkedin

  ALPHI’s General Counsel, Joe Denneler, created a group on Linked In exclusively for NJ ALPHI members.  You will be admitted to the group upon verification of your ALPHI membership.  Anyone who is a member to the group can post to the group on networking, inspection issues, legal issues, products and tools, and anything related […]

Partial Inspections Related to Hurricane Sandy and the Relationship to HIAC Regulations

Dear Members of NJ-ALPHI: The Board was recently made aware of members being approached to conduct limited inspections of properties impacted by Hurricane Sandy.  Specifically, members want to know if these inspections constitute “home inspections” under the HIAC regulations.  Pursuant to N.J.A.C. 13:40-15.2, a “home inspection” is: a visual, functional, non-invasive inspection conducted for a […]

Inspectors Should be Careful on Attic Ladders

There is a class action lawsuit against Werner re: attic ladders hinges failing, resulting in injury. Use at your own risk.

NJ-Alphi Offers a Free Helping Hand to Returning Vets

The New Jersey Association of Licensed Professional Home Inspectors (NJ-ALPHI) Offers Returning Veterans a Free Helping Hand. Returning veterans who are aspiring to become or are licensed NJ Home Inspectors qualify for the new NJ-ALPHI program “Returning Veterans Education and Training for Success” (RVETS). The “RVETS” Program provides a two (2) year free membership to […]