I have completed the 120 hours (and then some) of coursework. I’ve studied, taken the final multiple times highest score was a 96, lowest was an 86. I’ve reviewed the material and taken all the quizzes on the subjects that the exam said I was weak on (never scored lower that a 67 on any section.) I think I’m ready. I’ve got my credit card on the desk in front of me to pay for the exam. VERY excited.
Good luck Richard. It sounds like you are ready to join us and start a fun and rewarding career in Home Inspection.
What do you know about Boilers and Ice-shield?
Yes, I know I’m an ass, but see the quote in my signature. I really am trying to help.
Let me be the first to agree with you…
Funny you should mention that. As a central Florida HVAC guy for 30 years, I really had to study boilers, oil burners, and the like. They are things I had limited experience with, if I’d ever encountered them at all.
Not a damn thing. Except one is hot the other may get cold…Huh?
I think EVERYBODY knows that, LOL
I mention that because most in Florida just assume that it’s mostly a non-issue in Florida.
The REALITY is… the NHIE is a NATIONAL Exam, and you will be tested on systems from ALL 50 states, NOT just Florida.
Good luck. Sounds like you’re ready.
I recently took the Exam yes there’s plenty of boiler questions…
I’m in VA,though.
I wondered about that so I searched the Florida forum. Figured someone had already asked that question and gotten it answered. They had, and it was.
Best of luck!!!
You’ve got this, Richard! Go get 'em!
I will second that, LOL
Hahaha , all in good fun
Roy … Agreed
Passed with a 95. Thank you InterNACHI.
Here’s something you won’t learn in class…good luck to ya!
Helpful hints for New Inspectors.pdf (230.1 KB)
Thanks. Very good tips.