All inspections use ASHI's Standard of Practice and Code of Ethics as a minimum.
Everything is put into perspective. We are not alarmists. We try to educate home buyers that the "perfect" building has not been built, and if the building has deficiencies, they should look at them in perspective and know what the norm is for the building.
ASHI is the oldest and most widely recognized non-profit professional association for home inspectors. ASHI's "Standards of Practice" serve as the home inspector's performance guideline, and are universally recognized and accepted by professionals and government authorities. ASHI's Code of Ethics prohibits members from engaging in conflict of interest activities, which may compromise their objectivity. Copies of the Standards and Code will be in your Home Owner's Manual or are available free from ASHI.
Full Members of ASHI are independent professional home inspectors, who have met the most rigorous technical and experience requirements in the industry. ASHI members must pass two written technical examinations and must have performed a minimum of 250 professional fee-paid home inspections. ASHI members are required to obtain continuing education credits in order to keep current with the latest building technology, materials, and professional skills.
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