JANUARY 2016
ASHI Reporter January 2016, Feature

Peer Review: Put It on Your To-Do List for 2016

A peer review provides an evaluation by a panel of experienced inspectors. Essentially a critique of your home inspection skills and knowledge, a peer review offers an excellent opportunity to identify your strengths and weaknesses. The results can help you feel more confident when you are working independently in the field.

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ASHI Reporter January 2016, Feature

ASHI Officers for 2016

Officer and director candidates for 2016 were asked what they considered to be the two most pressing problems ASHI would be facing in the next 12 months.

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ASHI Reporter January 2016, Feature

Council Elects New Directors

Four new Directors and one Alternate will take their seats at the April Board meeting.

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ASHI Reporter January 2016, Feature

Home Inspectors Can Pursue CLIPP Certification in Home Accessibility and Safety

In October 2015, the Living In Place InstituteTM announced the successful completion of the inaugural Certified Living In Place ProfessionalTM (CLIPPTM) class.

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ASHI Reporter January 2016, Feature

Vermiculite Abatement Verification Inspections

On occasion, the Zonolite Attic Insulation Trust has a need to confirm or clarify the status of vermiculite abatement in a claimant’s home. On such occasions, the Trust plans to retain a home inspector to perform a limited inspection.

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