When Michelle Shishilla of Honor Services in Florida received a complaint regarding mold behind wallpaper, she knew her inspection company wasn't at fault.
With so many tools to help home inspectors run a successful business, it can be hard to make choices.
There has been a lot of recent discussion within the home inspection community about how to inspect safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Why would a home inspector need to understand centrifugal pumps? Are they ever used in homes?
Once again, The Word invites you to travel into the dark realm of subjects that may be of interest to home inspectors. Our subject this month is plastic building materials.
More than a year after their inspection, one of our insured home inspectors received a letter from an attorney.
They are all about value!
We’ve heard all the buzz words.
Basement leaks can be caused by improper installation of siding, brick and flashings.
Home inspectors’ daily routines and inspections are event-filled and can often be puzzling as we address many diverse problems
A benefit of belonging to a professional membership organization is the opportunity to have a positive impact on the organization by serving in a leadership position.
Shelter in place, essential business, social distancing, N95 mask, self-quarantine, flattening the curve…all terms most of us never used before March 2020.
Are home inspectors allowed to perform inspections under stay-at-home orders?
I have been asked to contribute an uplifting message even as we try our best to navigate our way through uncharted territory, where our journey in the time of a global pandemic has taken us.
During this unprecedented health pandemic, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) supports the health, safety and well-being of organizations like the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).
Home inspectors, take note!
Every inspector should be required to minor in history.
Almost a year after performing an inspection, a home inspector received an attorney-written demand letter for $4,600.
Bylaw changes address decision making, structure, member demographics and more.
Never, never, never miss a safety issue during a home inspection!
In this issue of the ASHI Reporter, we are featuring companies that produce a wide variety of tools that home inspectors may find useful in their work. We hope you’ll discover—or rediscover—resources to investigate and add to your tool kit.