About NACHI Inspectors
Choosing the right home inspector is as important as choosing the right home.
Buying a home? It is probably the most expensive purchase you will ever make. This is no time to shop for a cheap inspection. The cost of a home inspection is very small relative to the cost of the home being inspected. The additional cost of hiring a NACHI certified inspector is almost insignificant.
You have recently been crunching the numbers, negotiating offers, adding up closing costs, shopping for mortgages and trying to get the best deals. Do not stop now. Do not let anyone talk you into skimping here. NACHI certified inspectors perform the best inspections by far.
NACHI certified inspectors earn their fees many times over. They do more, they deserve more and, yes, they generally charge a little more. Do yourself a favor…and pay a little more for the quality inspection you deserve.
- Have to pass Online Inspector Examination every year.
- Have to complete online Ethics Obstacle Course.
- Have to take online Standards of Practice Quiz.
- Have to sign and submit an Affidavit.
- Have to adhere to Standards of Practice.
- Have to abide by Code of Ethics.
- Have to continue learning (24 hours/year) as per Continuing Education Policy.
- Have to maintain a member Online Continuing Education Log as per Continuing Education Policy.
- Have to (within 10 days after joining) login to educational message board.
- Have to (within 30 days after joining) complete comprehensive online Standards of Practice course.
- Have to (within 45 days after joining) complete comprehensive online Electrical course including all the quizzes within and pass its final exam.
- Have to (within 60 days after joining) complete comprehensive online Roofing course including all the quizzes within and pass its final exam.
- Have to (within first 3 months of membership) apply for a membership photo I.D..
- Have to re-take and pass Online Inspector Examination again, every year.
- Have to attend at least one chapter meetings or educational seminars every two years.
So when you’re trying to find a home inspector, make sure they are a member of NACHI.