Alabama Home Inspector Training
- The 12-Volume Video set showing you close to 2000 scenes of real defects from actual homes.
- The 500-page manual with over 350 line diagrams, hands-on inspection procedures, marketing ideas, and more.
- The 2-DVD Virtual Inspection set (regular price $100).
- As a Special Bonus, we include the Residential Inspection Forms on CD at no extra cost. Most companies charge $300 to $900 for inspection forms.
- Study Guide and 6 full length practice tests for the state exam.
- We will throw in the 11 Video "Live" Classroom set for only $100 more
60-Hour Home Inspection Training Course
Online 60-Hour Home Inspection Training Course
Includes all the same material as the 60-Hour Home Inspection Training Course, but all the material is online. You have access to the course for one year.
90-Hour Home Inspection Training Course
Online 90-Hour Home Inspection Training Course
Includes all the same material as the 90-Hour Home Inspection Training Course, but all the material is online. You have access to the course for one year.
A Better School of Building Inspection
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- File an application, along with the appropriate fee.
- Obtain the appropriate insurance coverage.
- Pass the ASHI Standards and Ethics Examination and the NHIE Examination.
- Be qualified in one of the following ways.
- Membership in and adherence to the ethical standards of an approved inspection organization. Check with the state at 334-242-4082 to see which other associations are approved.
- Approval or certification by an approved agency, such as the United States Veterans Administration and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. Usually to obtain this approval, you have to have been doing inspections for at least 3 years.
- A high school diploma or equivalent and work experience for at least one year as a home inspector, and completion of at least 100 home inspections for compensation. Since it is too late to grandfather in now, this option would probably only apply if you have been doing inspections in another state
- Alabama licensure on or after January 1, 1998, as a general contractor, registered professional architect, registered professional engineer, or residential home builder
State Building Comm.
770 Washington Ave, Ste. 444
Montgomery, AL 36130