Check out InterNACHI member Will Decker’s Building Science and Thermal Imaging Course, which has just been slated for a gas utility rebate program, and which is free to all InterNACHI members and worth 5 Continuing Education credit hours.
InterNACHI’s new Marketing Team has developed full-color brochures that InterNACHI inspectors in the same area and/or participating in the same event can use to market their individual businesses. See them at InterNACHI’s Marketing Library.
InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, Inc., has just received a full license to develop its own web-based interface expressly designed to replicate the Home Energy Scoring Tool, and thereby generate a Home Energy Score label (approved by the U.S. Department of Energy) online.
500,000 home are expected to be scored.
For more information visit: https://www.nachi.org/hes.htm
Your membership in InterNACHI just got a whole lot more valuable.
InterNACHI is pleased to announce that ALL of NACHI.TV’s how-to episodes, member promo videos, interviews, industry announcements, and advanced inspection training courses are now free for all InterNACHI members.
Read more about it here.
The Residential Services Energy Network (RESNET) announced yesterday that it has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors “to work together to promote the improvement of the energy performance of existing homes.”
Policies enacted recently by the Obama White House have presented new opportunities in the residential retrofit market, and the two organizations will work together to offer mutual training and certification for InterNACHI members. Both RESNET and InterNACHI will also work directly with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to have InterNACHI members become certified as Home Energy Professionals in order to participate in the DOE’s Home Energy Score pilot programs.
Click on the link to read RESNET’s and InterNACHI’s joint announcement in its entirety on the RESNET website, and watch President Obama discuss some of the details of the DOE’s program.
InterNACHI is pleased to announce the InterNACHI Inspector Total Package, available exclusively through InspectorOutlet.com. In addition to a year’s membership in InterNACHI, the Inspector Total Package includes:
- a subscription to NACHI.TV;
- a jacket, t-shirt and cap;
- personal protective equipment for on-the-job protection;
- a dozen handy inspection tools, and a toolbox to carry them in;
- marketing materials, including Nick Gromicko’s just-released “Inspection Business Success Strategies”;
- educational materials to add to your inspection reports;
- a customized website at InspectorPages.com;
- 100-day inspection coverage through Mountain Inspection Support Association;
- and other items worth literally thousands of dollars…
…all for the incredible price of just $499. Whether you’re a new member and just getting started, or a veteran who needs to upgrade his gear, this really IS the total package you’ll need to be on the right track with your inspection business! For inspectors who want it all, check out the InterNACHI Inspector Total Package now!
Generators are convenient in supplying power to homes in the event of a power outage. But they also can also cause deadly ‘back feeding’ and other hazards if not used correctly. Find out how to protect homeowners from the dangers associated with generators in our new article on generator hazards and inspection.
InterNACHI now vouches for the honor of its members with its $10,000 Honor Guarantee. Looking for an honorable inspector? Look no further. InterNACHI inspectors in the U.S. and Canada are backed by InterNACHI’s Honor Guarantee.
Inspectors who’ve been in the business for a while can probably know what kinds of problems they’ll run into based on the age of the house alone. We’ve assembled a handful of the most common defects found in old homes so you waste less time recognizing them. Take a look at our new article on inspecting for defects in older buildings.
Ungrounded electrical receptacles can be unsafe, especially if they’re used to power large appliances that are designed to be grounded. Homeowners have a number of options if they’d like to modernize their ungrounded electrical systems, but they should avoid common quick fixes that may make the situation more dangerous. Read about the subject in our new article on ungrounded electrical receptacles.