As a home inspector, do you have employees? Whether they’re administrative staff or additional inspectors, be sure you’re in compliance with state and federal employment laws by downloading InterNACHI’s Employee Handbook Template. InterNACHI® General Counsel Mark Cohen has eliminated the guesswork for you by including provisions that cover employment terms, salary, paid time off, workplace accommodations, employee grievances, and more. Customize it for your own company’s needs, and have your own legal advisor review it so that it’s a sound document that you and your employees can rely on: InterNACHI’s Employee Handbook Template.
Cooling is essential for homes in regions that experience hot weather. And it’s vital to get the right installation and balance for homes in climates that are particularly humid. Find out more by reading Inspecting Whole-House Dehumidification Systems.
InterNACHI is researching and preparing a federal lawsuit against HomeSafe and Kevin Seddon, and we need your help.
InterNACHI is researching a potential lawsuit against the administrators of the National Home Inspector Examination, or NHIE, and we need your help.
Use this standalone Aging-in-Place Inspection Agreement for your ancillary Aging-in-Place Inspection to clarify expectations and mitigate your liability. You’ll also find other useful links for documents and marketing materials for your Aging-in-Place Inspection.
Get the protection you need for conducting walk-throughs of residential and commercial properties by using InterNACHI’s new Walk-Through Agreement. Even though walk-throughs are less formal and don’t require you to generate a written report for your clients, you still need to be protected from any potential liability. We offer it as an editable Word.docx and a ready-to-download PDF.
InterNACHI has released a new course called “Home Inspection Business Course.” Read this article excerpted from the course that discusses the importance of creating a recognizable business identity that will help you stand out from the competition: Work on Branding Your Inspection Business.
InterNACHI and BISCO are pleased to announce that Vanguard Emergency Management has signed a five-year contract with FEMA to train experienced professional inspectors as FEMA Disaster Inspectors and Area Managers. (BISCO is the Vanguard small-business partner responsible for hiring, deploying and managing inspectors.) InterNACHI Founder Nick Gromicko and BISCO CEO Marv Goldstein are asking InterNACHI inspectors to consider this new training and employment opportunity so they can help their fellow citizens in their greatest time of need. Find out more about it and download the Application-Questionnaire by reading FEMA Inspector and Area Manager Training for Disaster Deployment.
Author and InterNACHI Director of Education Ben Gromicko is pleased to join InterNACHI in announcing the release of the 7th Edition of “Now That You’ve Had a Home Inspection,” the homeowner’s ultimate home maintenance guide, now with a new look, revamped format, and updated information. Read all about it here.