Home Inspectors, THEIR families, the speakers and all of the fantastic exhibitors and vendors, AND OUR DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS made the 2016 SEHI conference a great success.
To all ASHI Georgia members who attended this years conference and to all Georgia home inspectors,
members of ASHI Georgia or not, THANK YOU!!!
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Plumbing Code Amendments
Effective January 4, 2014:
The Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act was signed into law in 2011 and took effect on January 4, 2014.
Accordiing to the EPA's "How to Inentify Lead-Free Certifications Marks for Drinking Water Systems and Plumbing Materials". Starting January 4, 2014 there are prohibitions the use of lead in all pipe, pipe fittings, plumbing fittings and fixtures.
The following is a link to download the EPA document listed above
Become an Inspector
The best way for you to find out what is involved in home inspections is to to come to a few of our meetings, meet some of the inspectors and let them tell you about the profession. Login on the main page to learn more about the chapter. You will also have an opportunity to get first hand information and discuss our training courses that will be coming up in a couple of months. You will find that our courses are the best in the industry with the most cost effective approach. There are several organizations that you can join in our business, but only ASHI is the nationally recognized name with full recognition across the country as the leading inspection organization. Being a member of ASHI gives you all of the advantages.
ASHI Georgia the only 3rd Party Certified Home Inspectors
ASHI Georgia home inspectors are members of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and they, like other ASHI members across the country are the only home inspectors accredited by a 3rd party. No other professional society can match the credentials of an ASHI inspector.
ASHI Certified Inspectors (ACI)- Have reached the highest level of ASHI Membership.
Each inspector must comply with the following:
- Pass the National Home Inspector Examination
- Complete the ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics Education study Module
- Have Inspection Reports successfully verified by an independent 3rd party to insure reports comply with ASHI Standards
- Submit valid proof of performance for a minimum of 250 home inspections
- ASHI Certified Inspectors are the only true 3rd party certified Inspectors in the industry that are accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA)
- Only inspectors who meet or exceed the requirements are allowed to use the ACI Logo that has become the gold standard of the inspection industry.
- In addition to the above each inspector is required to earn, from an accredited source, a minimum of 20-CEs (continuing education credits) per year.