Michigan home inspector license
Michigan Home Inspector Licensing Requirements:
Home Inspection is NOT a licensed profession in Michigan.
PHII is a nationally recognized training school, that offers the home inspector certification and credentials you need to become a successful home inspector in Michigan. After graduating from our training, you may start inspecting right away.
Many realtors, lenders, home buyers, and home owners want to make sure a home inspector has been properly trained and certified. PHII is recognized for training qualified and professional inspectors.
As the industry grows, many states are enacting or changing legislation forcing training/testing for home inspectors. PHII students have had great success meeting grandfathering requirements and passing state and national exams. Please check the website periodically for updates about current licensing laws or call toll free (800) 983-6322
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.
Click the Link below to find out more information about home inspector training / licensing
- Professional Home Inspection Institute
Home Inspection School
(available online & in the classroom)
Become a professional home inspector - Start today!
MI Home Inspection Licensing Agency:
Michigan Weatherization Program / Weatherization Training
WeatherizationCourse.com offers training and weatherization certifications to inspectors and has contact information for Michigan Weatherization Assistance Programs. More information about weatherization training courses.
Michigan Radon Testing (Radon Measurement) Requirements:
Michigan maintains a list of radon measurement professionals who are certified through the National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) or National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP).
The PHII Radon Measurement Course has been approved by both the NRSB and the NRPP for initial certification training. If you are interested in beginning professional radon testing, you can start by taking the PHII Radon Measurement course. When you have completed the course, you will receive information on how to register for the NRPP or NRSB exam. Both organizations require that you complete an approved course, pass their certification exam, and maintain your certification with continuing education.
State Contact Information:
Michigan Indoor Radon Program
Phone: 1-800-RADON GAS/1-800-723-6642