Maryland home inspector license

Maryland Home Inspector Licensing Requirements:
Maryland requires home inspectors to attend the classroom training program offered at our facility in Madison,SD. This course has been approved for the 72 Hour pre-license training requirement.

In order to become a licensed home inspector an applicant must complete at least 72 hours of an approved classroom education program, have a high school diploma or equivalent certification and carry a minimum of $50,000 in liability insurance.




Training/Certification Info - Maryland Home Inspector License

Maryland home inspection course

Professional Home Inspection Institute offers both interactive training online and live classroom courses & field labs for home inspectors! The courses are nationally recognized, approved by various state agencies, approved by insurance providers, and is affiliated with national associations for home inspectors.
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MD Home Inspection Licensing Agency:

Commission of Real Estate Appraisers & Home Inspectors
500 N. Calvert Street 3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202-3651
Elwood Mosley, Executive Director (410) 230-6379



Maryland Weatherization Program / Weatherization Training

WeatherizationCourse.com offers training and weatherization certifications to inspectors and has contact information for Maryland Weatherization Assistance Programs. More information about weatherization training courses.



Maryland Radon Testing (Radon Measurement) Requirements:

Maryland does not maintain a Radon Professional licensure program (except Montgomery County, which recommends professionals be registered with NRPP or NRSB). Upon completion of the PHII Radon Measurement Course you will have the knowledge and skill to add radon measurement to your home inspection business. This course has been approved for initial training by both the National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) and the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) for initial certification.
It has also been approved by the NRSB for 16 hours of continuing education credits.









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Do You Need a Home Inspector License or Home Inspector Certification?

Professional Home Inspection Institute is a leader in home inspector training and certification in Maryland. They provide interactive courses that can be taken online or on cd-rom and teach you home inspection standards. Upon successful completion of the Maryland home inspection course, you will become a certified home inspector in Maryland (check website for Maryland specific certification or licensure details)



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