Welcome Homebuyers, Sellers and Owners |
Buying a home may seem like an endless series of critical, important decisions. When you find that house that is right for you, hiring a home inspector to educate you about the condition of your new home is commonplace and a wise decision.
Even when buying a newly constructed home, the additional peace of mind that a professional home inspection offers is invaluable.
Whom do you trust?
Choosing an ASHI® inspector means choosing someone you can trust to objectively, independently and apart from anyone's interests other than your own, provide you with a comprehensive analysis of the home’s major systems and components.
Trust us…We speak house
ASHI® members know houses. ASHI® holds its inspectors to the highest standards in the industry. Members of ASHI® have demonstrated their proficiency by performing no fewer that 250 fee-paid inspections in accordance with ASHI Standards of Practice. They have also passed a series of written examinations testing their knowledge of residential construction, inspection techniques, report writing, and the ASHI® Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.
Members and candidates* are committed to conducting inspections in accordance with the ASHI® Standards of Practice; committed to abiding by the ASHI® Code of Ethics and are dedicated to providing superior customer service. ASHI® Members deliver more than a home inspection, they deliver the ASHI® Experience.
The vast majority of home inspectors do not possess the skills, training and experience that can be expected from an ASHI® inspector. There are inspectors who say, “My inspections are conducted to ASHI® standards,” but they may not be ASHI members. Membership in the American Society of Home Inspectors is an earned credential and the best evidence of an inspector’s competence and professionalism.
Homebuyers are not the only people who hire ASHI® Inspectors. Homesellers also use ASHI® inspections to gain knowledge of the condition of their home before placing it on the market. Smart homesellers know that knowledge about their home’s condition makes the selling process more palatable.
Homebuyers, homesellers, homeowners, or anyone who wants to make an informed decision about a house based on objective information deserves a professional ASHI home inspection.
Check ASHI membership at www.ashi.org for a current list of members and candidates or go to "Find an Inspector" to locate an ASHI home inspector in your area.
*Candidates are inspectors who have passed the required tests, had their reports verified and have done over 50 inspections. The candidates are working on becoming members by increasing their inspection knowledge and skills by attending local ASHI meetings and seminars and becoming a full ASHI member.