Pennsylvania home inspector license
Pennsylvania Home Inspector Licensing Requirements:
The Pennsylvania Trade practice act (Act 114 of 2000, Title 68) requires home inspectors to be a member of a nationally recognized not for-profit home inspector association and maintain insurance.
PHII’s home inspector training will provide you the knowledge needed to become a successful home inspector in Pennsylvania. The course will prepare you for membership into a national home inspection organization.
Home inspectors must:
1.) Join a nationally recognized not for-profit home inspector association, such as NSHI or NAHI ("Full membership" into an organization will require 100 inspections)
2.) Obtain errors and omission insurance
3.) Obtain liability insurance
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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PA Home Inspection Licensing Agency:
The state of Pennsylvania does not have a licensing board for home inspectors. The law states that you must be a member of one of the non-profit home inspector societies in the US.
highlights of the Pennsylvania Home Inspector Law are:
(go to that site for the specific list of requirements)
Pennsylvania Weatherization Program / Weatherization Training
WeatherizationCourse.com offers training and weatherization certifications to inspectors and has contact information for Pennsylvania Weatherization Assistance Programs. More information about weatherization training courses.
Pennsylvania Radon Testing (Radon Measurement) Requirements:
To meet Pennsylvania's radon inspection license requirements, testers are required to complete a state-approved training course and exam. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection accepts all NRPP or NRSB – approved Initial Radon Measurement Courses, such as PHII's Radon Measurement Course.
After you've completed the Radon Measurement Course, you'll be instructed how to register for the NRPP or NRSB exam.
In addition, PHII's Radon Measurement Course has been approved by the NRSB for 16 hours of continuing education credits.
State Contact Information
Bureau of Radiation Protection
http://www.inspectordatabase.com has listings for home inspectors in Pennsylvania. Search the home inspector database to find home inspectors compare inspectors, review credentials, contact inspectors and schedule inspections in Pennsylvania
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Professional Home Inspection Institute is a leader in home inspector training and certification in Pennsylvania. They provide interactive courses that can be taken online or on cd-rom and teach you home inspection standards. Upon successful completion of the Pennsylvania home inspection course, you will become a certified home inspector in Pennsylvania (check website for Pennsylvania specific certification or licensure details)
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