State Home Inspector Licensing/Certification
We are approved in most of the states that require
education to become a home inspector.
Click on Your State for Information
on Licensing and Certification
and How We Can Help You Fulfill Those Requirements
- As a word of caution, be leery of any school that says they will certify you.
Certification is left up to the states and you must complete the state requirements. A "certification" from a school is not
recognized by the states.
- These links contain brief summaries of what is required in
each state (to the
best of our knowledge) as concerning home inspector training/education.
Your state may require more than education--consult your
state for exact requirements. This list is not intended to be comprehensive--it is
only intended as a guide for our students benefit.
- Be aware that some states are
currently considering adopting home inspector regulations. If you are serious about being a home inspector, we suggest
that you get into the profession before your state may make it
too difficult. When states begin licensing,
they usually have a "grandfathering" period if you are already in the business. If your state passes an apprenticeship requirement, it can be very difficult to get your license. Think about it, who
would want to apprentice their future competition
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