Although Missouri doesn’t have requirements regarding insurance for home inspectors, many local real estate boards and home inspector business franchises require their affiliate members to meet certain coverage standards. InterNACHI members are eligible for discounts and enhanced coverage. Visit nachi.org/insurance for information on how to sign up.
Live Training at the InterNACHI School
The InterNACHI School offers world-class, accredited inspection training by the best instructors in the industry at our facility in Boulder, Colorado.
Take a class, enjoy free refreshments, test-drive inspection tools, attend an inspector chapter meeting, and inspect the House of Horrors –- an entire house with 1,000 defects built inside The InterNACHI School.
Inspector Continuing Education (online & free to members):
To maintain your home inspector certification, you must take 24
hours of Continuing Education every year. To take Continuing Education
courses, visit nachi.org/education (online & free to members). Every InterNACHI member has their own members-only online account. Log into yours now.
This is a great marketing strategy for home inspectors in Missouri. Licensed real estate professionals can attain free Continuing
Education by contacting their local InterNACHI member. InterNACHI is an approved course provider for Missouri real estate agents. For details, visit nachi.org/missouri-real-estate-licensing-school-provider
Radon Tester Certification in Missouri (online & free for members):
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services recommends an individual or firm engaging in radon testing be certified through NRPP.
Home Energy Inspector™ Certification (online & free for members):
Become a Certified Home Energy Inspector™. The online training and
certification is free for members. No infrared, no blower door, and no
additional training needed. Visit nachi.org/home-energy-inspector
Home Energy Score Assessor (online & free for members):
The Home Energy Score is similar to a vehicle's miles-per-gallon rating, and any qualified inspector in the U.S. can generate a Home Energy Score in less than an hour. The Home Energy Score provides:
a score on a scale of 1 to 10;
facts about the home and its energy use; and
recommendations generated by the U.S. Department of Energy to improve the score and energy efficiency.
Roof Data Technician (free for members to participate):
The Roof Data Technician Program, developed by InterNACHI and Owens Corning and Lowe's,
provides an additional revenue stream for InterNACHI members who are
hired by Owens Corning as part of a roof warranty claim resolution
process. (This program is operational in the United States only.) To participate in the program, visit nachi.org/roof.