Free Live Class: How to Inspect Plumbing Fixtures

How to Inspect Plumbing Fixtures Class

  • Free, live, online and open to everyone.
  • Tuesday, August 23, 2016 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT

In this free class, we’ll learn how to inspect plumbing fixtures in a house. We’ll review modern plumbing standards and dozens of inspection images from a recent home inspection performed by the instructor. You can ask questions through a live, online chat. Everyone who registers for the free class will receive a link to the video recording of the class. So, register now.

The class will cover:

  • access

  • connections, flanges and joints

  • fixture tailpieces

  • faucets

  • overflows

  • water closets and lavatories

  • urinals

  • washbasins and sinks

  • food waste grinders

  • dishwashing machines

  • bathtubs and whirlpool tubs

  • showers

  • clothes washers, laundry tubs, and trays

  • floor drains

    You’ll also learn how to become an InterNACHI-Certified Plumbing Inspector.

I’m there.

Ben, does this online class count towards education requirements
with TREC? the website says I need 16 hours of webinar interaction on top of my alternative training module time.
When I spoke to TREC they said internachi was listed as a provider, so I’m just curious if live classes offer the certificate of completion and also, can I use past webinar/seminar classes? Thanks, Tracy

Hi, Tracy.
These short 2-hour webinars are not Texas TREC approved. We do have 4 approved online courses to help fulfill your license requirements at And we have 16 CE TREC-approved live classes at our upcoming convention at

367 students registered so far!

Everyone who registers will receive a link to the video recording of the class. So, register now.

Watch this short video about the class.

Nearly 400 students registered so far!

Here’s the video recording of the recent How to Inspect Plumbing Fixtures Class at (click the “Watch” button).


Because of the feedback from class students, we’ve updated Chapter 4 of our free, online plumbing course to include information about flexible cords, plugs, and GFCI requirements