InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector
InterNACHI ID Number: NACHI15052713
Buying a home is complicated enough and you don’t need to be wondering about the legitimacy of your future home inspector. Regardless of who you hire for your home inspector you minimally should ask for proof of insurance and certification. The state of Colorado does not require that a home inspector has a certification or insurance, so it is in your best interest to check your inspector’s credentials and proof of insurance.
A transcript not only indicates training required to earn, in my case, an InterNACHI certification, but it also indicates training above and beyond the initial accreditation requirements. I initially needed 90 credit hours of training for my initial certification, and since then I have completed 78 more credit hours of training.
I continue to train by learning about the components of the home and testing procedures needed to give you a very accurate snapshot of the condition of your potential home. If you do not hire me I do suggest that you question your inspector about his or her educational background or belief in further education.
I am also providing a communication avenue to ask me questions about the home inspection process before you submit a request for a quote. Just enter your first name, your email address, and your questions. I will only answer your questions and then you can decide if you would like to proceed with a price quote.
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