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15
Jul

Inspectors with Knowledge

At Home Standards Inspection Services our goal is to provide the training to enable our inspectors to be the best in the area. This starts with on the job shadowing, and continues with cross training between inspectors and the sharing of information on a daily basis.

We also belong to and are active in the two organizations that provide certification and training for Home Inspectors.

.Jon and I have been in a leadership roles with the local ASHI chapter here in the Omaha area for many years.  Jon is the current acting President for our local ASHI chapter.  We expect all our inspectors to be ASHI certified inspectors. Normally, an inspector will work and study for two full years before passing the test and attaining the status of ASHI Certified Inspector, ACI.   20 CE’s are required by ASHI to remain certified.

In addition to ASHI, we ask all our inspectors to fulfill the requirements of InterNachi, the second certifying organization for the home inspection industry.   This organization offers state of the art and up to date training and further certification for a home inspector.  

All our inspectors have met the requirements to be called InterNachi Certified Inspectors, ICI. This complete company certification allows us to participate in the InterNachi Buy Back program that is now included with all home inspections we complete. Details

We think doubling the requirements to be certified, doubling the CE requirements, help to ensure we have the best trained and most knowledgeable inspectors in the area.

 

 

 


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