Nevada home inspector license

Nevada Home Inspector Licensing Requirements:
PHII's training is currently NOT accepted to meet NV requirements.

NV requires an applicant for a certificate as a certified residential inspector:

(a) Must furnish proof satisfactory to the Division that he has successfully completed:

(1) Not less than 40 hours of academic instruction in subjects related to structural inspections in courses approved by the Division.

(2) An examination approved by the Division.

(3) The observation of at least 25 inspections performed by a certified general inspector/master inspector for a fee or an instructor approved by the Administrator.

(b) Must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent.

(c) Must demonstrate his ability to produce a complete and credible inspection report according to the standards and requirements set forth in NAC 645D.460 to 645D.580, inclusive.

Training/Certification Info - Nevada Home Inspector License

Nevada 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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NV Home Inspection Licensing Agency:

State of Nevada Real Estate Division

2501 E SAHARA, SUITE 102
PHONE: (702) 486-4033
FAX: (702) 486-4275

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Nevada Radon Testing (Radon Measurement) Requirements:

Nevada does not maintain requirements for radon inspection. However, the state does maintain a list of certified radon professionals. The Nevada Radon Program endorses Radon 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 NRPP for initial certification. If you are interested in expanding your business to do radon testing, you can begin 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.

Note: NRSB has also approved PHII's Radon Measurement Course for 16 Hours of Continuing Education.

State Contact Information:

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