American Society of Home Inspectors, Educated, Tested, Verified, Certified
In 1976, a group of visionary home inspectors with the common goal of building consumer awareness and enhancing the professionalism of their field established the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). This not-for-profit professional association for home inspectors made its first order of business to establish and advocate high standards of practice and a strict code of ethics for the member community.
The Mission of ASHI is to set and promote standards for property inspections and to provide the educational programs needed to achieve excellence in the profession and to meet the needs of our members.
ASHI is the most respected professional association for home inspectors in North America. Through ASHI’s continued efforts, ASHI’s Standards of Practice—covering all of a home’s major systems—are now part of many pieces of state legislation and are recognized by consumers as the authoritative standard for professional home inspection.
Certified Residential Thermographer
An Infrared Energy Inspection is the most effective method to identify heat loss. Energy is critically important and very expensive. Whether a commercial property, industrial facility, association of condominiums or personal residence, the cost to heat, cool, maintain, light and support people & operations inside requires several forms of Energy.
American Home Inspectors Training is the national company for the industry’s best home inspection training, marketing and support programs. Our mission is to train and provide ongoing support to operate a successful home inspection business or to be a significant contributor in an established company.
Sewer Scan provides equipment, training and certification for underground piping inspections via a sewer camera. A SewerScan is recommended on any new home purchase you are considering, even new homes can have problems in their sewer lateral. The main sewer line from the home to the city or private connection is the responsibility of the home owner and it is best you identify if any problems exist prior to closing escrow.