Many homebuyers don’t realize that Colorado has no licensing procedure or requirements to become a home inspector, so it is important to compare qualifications before making your choice of inspector.
I have over 15 years of experience in construction, home building, plumbing, inspection, and handyman industries learning every part of a house there is to know about from the sewer connection to the rain cap of the chimney. I have significant experience in the design, installation, and service of high-efficiency boiler, hydronic heating, and solar thermal systems.
Additionally, I have joined and achieved a designation of Certified Professional Inspector (CPI) from InterNACHI, the world’s leading association for home inspectors. InterNACHI is also the only home inspector school accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET), a national accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. All inspections that I perform meet or exceed InterNACHI’s Standards of Practice, and I strictly adhere to InterNACHI’s Code of Ethics. To become a CPI, one must pass examinations on the Code of Ethics, Standards of Practice, and general inspection knowledge, and then complete various courses relating to all of the systems in a home. To remain a CPI, InterNACHI requires completing at least 24 credit hours per year of continuing education (Licensing requirements in some other states require as little as 12).