Why It’s Important For A Home Inspector To Be Affiliated With InterNACHI

Home inspectors who are certified by the InterNACHI, which is the International Association of Home Inspectors, and who maintain a continuing affiliation with the organization, will provide the highest quality and most thorough home inspection. It is the world’s largest organization of residential and commercial property inspectors. InterNACHI sets the Standards of Practice for home inspections and has established a Code of Ethics that define what a high-quality home inspector will do when making an inspection of your property.

Certified Home Inspectors In Cincinnati (And Beyond)

Certifying home inspectors in Cincinnati, and beyond, who have met the exhaustive requirements of the InterNACHI, is only one of its functions. Continuing education courses are provided along with many resources that offer the most up-to-date information on innovations in home construction, systems technology, and inspection methods and techniques. Drake Inspections of Cincinnati Ohio is an active member of InterNACHI and has its certification.

Code of Ethics

The Code of Ethics subscribed to by members promotes a high standard of professionalism and the highest quality of inspection procedures. Members also follow a comprehensive Standards of Practice, which defines how areas of the property are to be inspected and reported. A member inspector will be better trained and more familiar with inspection procedures, which will ensure that you receive the most complete inspection possible. Member inspectors exchange experiences and ideas to help improve their services. Even while on an inspection, members will contact each other for instant assistance with the broad range of different situations that an inspector might be confronted with.

Confidentiality

InterNACHI members will not disclose their findings about a property to anyone but the client, and those approved by the client. If a member recommends a contractor(s) to repair or fix problems they discover, they are doing it as a courtesy to the buyer, and the buyer can be certain there is no financial incentive for the inspector to recommend any particular company. It would be a significant ethical conflict of interest to accept remuneration, so the home buyer can be confident that any defects identified are legitimate, and not made to generate an economic gain for the inspector.

Members will perform an inspection that strives to identify all visual defects and deficiencies, which will assist the buyer in making a sound purchase decision.

Whether you are looking for a first time home buyer inspection or a seller inspection, Drake Inspections provides thorough home inspections, detailed reports and is a member of InterNACHI. If you are looking for a residential home inspection in Cincinnati, call Drake Inspections today at 513.658.5420 or use our contact form to get more information.

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www.nachi.org/code_of_ethics.htm

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