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New Illustration for Commercial Inspection Reports
Inspecting the electrical system is one of the few potentially dangerous aspects of a home inspection, but by using the proper protocols, equipment, and a firm understanding of the basics, home inspectors can provide a wealth of information to their clients.
Florida Has Approved InterNACHI's "Inspecting for Corrosion of Metal Connectors and Fasteners at Coastal Area Buildings Course"
This course teaches the inspector about the causes of rust and corrosion and the appropriate measures to take to identify and reduce corrosion of metal connectors and fasteners in coastal area homes and buildings.
InterNACHI's 2023 Professional Inspectors Convention
You get it all for $175, including admission to the convention, admission to the opening reception, access to all sessions and workshops, one raffle ticket to win a prize, more than 80 industry vendors, more than 500 industry professionals, a commemorative t-shirt, a commemorative reusable tote bag, lunch, coffee, and snacks.
10 Steps to Performing a Roof Inspection
You will learn about visual-only inspection techniques; narratives and disclaimers; roof covering materials; asphalt shingles; fasteners; deck sheathing; slope; underlayment; ice barriers; drip edges; offset patterns; roof valleys; nail penetration; and flashing.
Get Your Certificate Today
InterNACHI® School (internachi.edu) offers a nationally accredited, college-level Home Inspector Certificate Program to InterNACHI® members for free. The student will receive a Certificate of Completion by completing the online program.