All Star Employs NACHI Certified Home Inspectors
Are you seriously considering on buying a home in the near future? If so, it is imperative to obtain the services of a reliable home inspector. Prospective homeowners should realize the importance of getting the services of Home Inspection All Star, as each inspector is certified through InterNACHI. No time or money should be wasted on cheap, unreliable inspection services. Bear in mind that the cost associated with a home inspection is relatively small when compared to the value of a well-inspected home.
You may have been crunching the numbers as you negotiate offers and adding up cost of closing, and trying to get the most affordable deals for mortgages. Your efforts should not stop here. Never let real estate agents and shady inspectors make you skimp on home inspection services. By obtaining the services of a certified InterNACHI inspector, you are guarantee the best home inspection around!
It is true that certified and licensed inspectors charge more for their services when compared alongside the competition as they do their very best in ensuring optimum safety and security in your dream home. Although you may be paying more in exchange for their home inspection, rest assured that you get the superior quality inspection that all prospective homeowners deserve.
The licensing requirements for home inspectors only sets the minimum standards in the home inspection industry. This means that failing to meet licensing requirements is considered illegal. In theory, anybody can be a home inspector. This is the reason why most homeowners seek substandard services from cheap but unlicensed inspectors, or resort to seek the services of novel characters such as psychics and even feng shui experts that implement unorthodox practices to verify if a home is safe to live in or otherwise. Don’t let these so-called experts rip you off of your hard earned money. Only trust an All Star home inspector to conduct inspections in your dream home.
Each of our Home Inspectors has received education in all of the following areas and often times many others:
- Home Inspector Code of Ethics
- Standards of Practice
- Submit a signed Membership Affidavit to the InterNACHI.
- Submit at least 10 past inspection reports for review by our team
- Become a member of InterNACHI within first year of working with us
- Structural Issues for Home Inspectors course
- How to Perform Exterior Inspections course
- How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion course
- How to Inspect the Attic, Insulation, Ventilation and Interior course
- How to Perform Deck Inspections course
- Safe Practices for the Home Inspector course
- 25 Standards Every Inspector Should Know course
- How to Perform Roof Inspections course
- How to Inspect HVAC Systems course
- How to Inspect Fireplaces, Stoves, and Chimneys course
- Residential Plumbing Overview for Inspectors course
- Residential Electrical Inspections course
- Complete 24 Hours of Continuing Education every Year
- Monitor Current Events in the Industry for Important Changes
- Have a Written Inspection Agreement for Every Client
- Secure an E&O Insurance as per requirement by the state.
The next time you need an inspector to conduction quality, thorough home inspection, be sure to obtain the services of Home Inspection All Star.