How A Better School of Building Inspection Can Help You Become a Home Inspector
Just Follow These Steps
Each state has different requirements for becoming a home inspector. Some states license their home inspectors, while others only have them register. There are a few states that have no requirements at all. Some states require 50 hours of training, while others require 194. Some states require that you sit in a classroom for training, while others let you do the training online. Click on theStatestab above to find out what your state requires and how we can help.
Buy the appropriate educational training material for your state. Click on the Storetab to make your purchase. Complete the training at your own pace in your own home at a time that is convenient for you.
Take the appropriate state test. Most states are using the National Home Inspector Exam (NHIE) as their state exam. When you complete our home inspector courses, you get access to 5 full length practice tests and a study guide to help you prepare for this difficult test
Submit your home inspector license/registration application to your state, along with the appropriate fee.
Set up your business once you have your license. Most home inspectors are self-employed and like it that way. Our material covers some business aspects. You can also find a lot of good material online.
After you feel comfortable doing home inspections, consider adding on other types of inspections to your business. Find out more about these possibilities by ordering our Expanding Your Business courses in Commercial, New Construction and Manufactured Housing Inspections.
Super Inspector Package
If you want to do it all, check out our Super Inspector Package. This package includes Residential, New Construction, Commercial, and Manufactured Housing .