Home Inspector Partners

The home inspector associations listed below have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work together with RESNET to promote the improvement of the energy performance of existing homes. Initiatives include:

  • Home inspectors becoming trained and certified as RESNET Home Energy Survey Professionals.
  • Partnering to have qualified home inspectors participate in the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Home Energy Score pilot programs.
  • Developing a plan to incorporate Home Energy Survey Professionals in the national roll out of the DOE Home Energy Score Program.

These home inspector partners have shown a strong commitment to their members' professional development, as well as a leadership position in promoting energy efficiency.

If you are interested in signing a MOU with RESNET, please call us at 760-806-3448 or email info@resnet.us.

 

International Association of Certified Home Inspectors

International Association of Certified Home Inspectors

InterNACHI is a non-profit inspection association. The organization's certified inspectors have all successfully passed InterNACHI's Inspector Examination, taken a Standards of Practice Quiz, completed a Code of Ethics Course, adhere to Standards of Practice, abide by a Code of Ethics, attend required continuing education courses, and are InterNACHI Certified. For more information on InterNACHI click on http://www.nachi.org/

American Society of Home Inspectors

International Association of Certified Home Inspectors

Established in 1976, ASHI is a non-profit voluntary professional society of private, independent home and building inspectors practicing throughout North America. Members of ASHI provide individual consumers with a visual examination and written report of the condition of the physical structure and systems of the home. Today, with 6,000+ members and 80+ chapters, ASHI is the largest professional association for home inspectors in North America. Through ASHI's continued efforts, ASHI's Standards of Practice-covering all of a home's major systems-are now part of many pieces of state legislation and are recognized by consumers as the authoritative standard for professional home inspection. All ASHI Certified Inspectors are required to obtain annual continuing education credits in order to stay current with building technology, materials and professional skills. For more information visit ASHI's web site at http://www.ashi.org/