Home and Building Inspector Qualifications - Training

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Several blogging events of late made think about the qualifications necessary to be a good and reputable Home and Building Inspector.  A basic list of qualifications would include training, testing, experience, insurance, licensing, certification, integrity and character.

Training is important because without training an Inspector is working in a vacuum.  Many Inspectors without training are inspecting a structure based on how they use to build them or inspect them for the last XX years.  Experiece as a contractor or tradesman is worth something when it comes to Inspecting but training is just as important.  Attending formal training puts the Inspection process into a different perspective.  It takes the mind set from "my way or the hiway" to the "best way".  Training based on regulatory or agency standards will bring an Inspector's capabilities to a higher level and deliver a better service to the Client.

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