InterNACHI Home Inspection Checklists

InterNACHI offers a variety of ready-to-use forms for different aspects of home inspections, based on InterNACHI’s Standards of Practice for Performing a General Home Inspection.  Home inspectors can customize them or use them as is.  Download some of our latest forms at Home Inspection Checklists.

For Members: A Letter Explaining Your InterNACHI Home Inspector Certification

Members or their employers sometimes need a succinct letter that explains their InterNACHI certification, especially when your member ID or Member Certificate is insufficient. We’ve provided language that you can cut-paste to create a letter on your own letterhead, and it’s ready for you to customize:  A Letter Explaining Your InterNACHI Home Inspector Certification.

New article for inspectors: How Home Inspectors Can Up-Sell Mold Testing

Home inspectors are about to be convinced of how easy it is to up-sell mold testing, as well as why it’s a sound business practice that can actually protect you.  Read How Home Inspectors Can Up-Sell Mold Testing before your next inspection.

New article from The Home Depot: A Guide to Engineered Wood Sheathing for Inspectors and DIY-ers

In partnership with The Home Depot, InterNACHI is pleased to present an article on engineered wood sheathing.  Like OSB, it’s a sturdy and lightweight alternative to hardwood and has many applications.  Read more about it in A Guide to Engineered Wood Sheathing for Inspectors and DIY-ers.

New inspection article: Inspecting the HVAC System for Duct Leaks and Energy Loss

Home inspectors can help ensure that their clients’ HVAC systems are running optimally by checking the system’s duct seams.  There are key points where air leakage is common, as well as specific types of materials that should be sued to remedy any energy loss.  Read more:  Inspecting the HVAC System for Duct Leaks and Energy Loss.

Legal Tip for Home Inspectors: Prevent a Stink, Include a Link

InterNACHI General Counsel Mark Cohen has some simple advice for home inspectors with websites who want to avoid legal hassles with unhappy former clients down the road — advice that he’s given to harried inspectors 95% of the time!  Read Legal Tip for Home Inspectors: Prevent a Stink, Include a Link.

New consumer article from The Home Depot: 10 Rental Tools for DIY Home Projects

In partnership with The Home Depot, InterNACHI is pleased to present an article for DIY-ers who want some guidance about the right tools for the job.  Home inspectors can post this new article on their website:  10 Rental Tools for DIY Home Projects.

New for inspectors: InterNACHI’s Aging-in-Place Inspection Agreement

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.