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NACHI Membership

There are no federal laws governing home inspectors. We are regulated only by the individual states. Since the laws vary from state to state – and some states don't even have home inspection regulations – how can you be sure that your inspector is qualified, experienced, and trustworthy? One way is through home inspector associations. Some of them require minimum training, education, experience, and adherence to ethical standards. Be sure to check out the individual associations to see their individual requirements.

As a member of the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI), you can be assured that not only am I qualified, but I also adhere to the association's standards of practice and code of ethics. To find more information about NACHI, click here.

Home Inspection Article

According to NACHI if your home inspector is not a member of the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI), he might just blind! If you wish to know more about home inspection licensed inspectors and NACHI, please read the following article:

Is your home inspector blind?
— Article courtesy NACHI (used with permission 12/27/2004)

Other home inspection associations have no entrance requirements. Blind people, children, psychics (who claim to "sense" if a house is ok) and even pets have joined other associations. NACHI is the only association that front-ends its membership requirements. We turn down more than half the inspectors who want to join because they can't pass our exam or fulfill our membership requirements.

NACHI Inspectors:

So the next time you need a home inspector, make sure they are members of NACHI and never use a candidate or associate of any association. NACHI is America's elite home inspection association.


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