ASHI Reporter August 2020, Feature

ASHI Website Launch

ASHI staff has been working hard to create a new website that better serves ASHI members and makes time on the new site well spent. It was no secret that the previous design of the website was outdated, and it is ASHI's commitment to continue to grow and refine the website moving forward.

By: Chris Karczewski Member Exclusive
ASHI Reporter August 2020, Feature

Trends in Indoor Air Quality and the Need for Environmental Testing

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in the last several years, a growing body of scientific evidence has indicated that the air within homes and other buildings can be more seriously polluted than the outdoor air, even in the largest and most industrialized cities.

By: Javid Kelley Member Exclusive
ASHI Reporter August 2020, Smart Inspector Science

Sewer Backup Solutions

Flooding in the lower level of a home is always a serious problem. It can occur because of exterior surface flooding, plumbing breaks or a sanitary sewer backup.

By: Tom Feiza Member Exclusive
ASHI Reporter August 2020, Risk Management

Your Pre-Inspection Agreement: Statue of Limitations

Recently, a kitchen fire resulted in $100,000 in damages to a home inspection client’s property. Upon investigation, the inspection client discovered that the fire was caused by a defective electrical component in the dishwasher, which was subject to a national recall.

By: Stephanie Jaynes Member Exclusive
ASHI Reporter August 2020, Education

Engage in Online Education With The ASHI Online Learning Center (AOLC)

The ASHI Online Learning Center (AOLC) covers a growing list of content on a wide variety of topics that are designed to appeal to home inspectors with a variety of skill levels. Don’t miss out on accessing this terrific member benefit—FREE to ASHI members.

By: ASHI Staff Member Exclusive
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