Whether it’s your first home or your fifth, we know that buying and selling a home can be stressful, exciting, and nerve-wracking. We understand that the home inspection is a critical element in the process, which is why we take pride in our certifications and training, strive to stay informed on the latest building developments and inspection technologies, and attend regular seminars with various professional organizations.

The Home Examiner earned certification from the most recognized and valued organization in the building inspection industry, the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI®).

ASHI members are independent professional home inspectors who have met the most rigorous technical and experience requirements in effect today. ASHI Members are required to follow the Society’s Code of Ethics, and to obtain continuing education credits in order to keep current with the latest in building technology, materials and professional skills.

Furthermore, The Home Examiner has received training from one of the nation’s most respected home inspector education firms, American Home Inspectors Training Institute (AHIT).

ASHI Standards of Practice

Covering crucial issues such as conflicts of interest, good faith and public perception, these home inspection ethics are central pillars of home inspection professionalism for the entire industry.

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ASHI Code of Ethics

ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics to help buyers and sellers make real estate transaction decisions based on accurate, objective information.

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Additional certifications or training include: Building Science Thermography Certification, IESO Certified Residential Mold Inspector, Michigan Residential Builder License, Radon Measurement Specialist (NRSB, National Radon Safety Board). Additional qualifications include: Michigan licensed builder, Clear concise communication, Detailed inspection report, Ongoing homeowner support, Customer satisfaction guarantee.