By far you are awesome, I will check into the site and more than likely get back with you. Can you tell me if all goes smooth what kind of time frame it takes as like I said I do have contacts in my crosshairs.
It really depends on you and your time frame (ability to pass a whole lot of exam courses). NACHI has approx 25 core courses that you have to take. Each course has an estimated time to complete...if you are a fast study then you can zip through some courses quickly but if you are slow then it will take longer.
Everyone has their "strong points"... example: the Mold course I zipped through in less than an hour and the time frame to complete was 10 hrs I believe BUT electric had something like 15 hour course and I gotta say it was a lot more detailed than I thought it would be and it took ALL OF 15 hours plus maybe a little more
I found it some of the most informative courses! I always try to keep up with code changes for the Adjusting career and structural knowledge which the courses were really in depth. If your strong at this then you might be able to zip right through the courses.
I did not have time to attend a Brick & Mortar School otherwise I would have took the ASHI course. I WILL take this when I have time...its all about knowledge.
Home Inspections are a balancing act.... YOUR client, the potential buyer, wants to know EVERY problem and YOUR referral client, the broker, doesn't want YOU to kill a sell....
Nobody will be happy BUT the only person that will sue you...is the potential buyer so.....
Potential buyer is going to get the best report possible.
On a side note: I just demo'ed out 160sf of drywall on walls and 96sf of drywall ceiling from a dumba** inspector that turned the water on at the meter to check the water at the faucets AFTER there was winterization stickers on the faucets and the meter and flooded part of the basement. NEVER EVER trust a P&P Winterization
Thank You Home Inspector for putting nearly $5,000 in my pocket with your stupidity.