Miami home inspection school uses NACHI's exam.

Originally Posted By: gromicko
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The Home Inspection industry is one of the fastest growing professions in North America.

Many notable business publications list it as an activity with a bright future and an un-met demand.
So how do you get into this business? CALL Best Builders of Miami ? Inspections.

?Hands-on? field classes are being held monthly. In these classes you will be trained in the proper operation of all commonly found home systems.

These systems include:
Structural Components (foundation, floor and wall),
Exterior Components (siding paint, windows, deck, garage door, etc),
Roofing (covering, flashing, chimney, etc.),
Plumbing (piping, fixtures, faucet, water heating and fuel storage systems, etc,),
Electrical (wiring, main service panel, conductors, switches, receptacles, etc.),
Heating (equipment, safety control, distribution system, chimney, etc.),
Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps (cooling and air-handling equipment, controls and ducting, etc.),
Interior (partitions, ceiling, floor, railing, doors and windows, etc.),
Insulation and Ventilation (attic, walls, floors, foundation, kitchen and bathrooms, etc.)

You will also learn how to write reports for your inspection that conforms to the accepted standards of this industry. We will also help you pass the NACHI (National Association of Certified Home Inspectors) Exam. Classes are taught by certified Inspectors with years of experience in both the inspection and construction industries.

Company: Best Builders of Miami ? Home inspections
Phone: 305/262-3228
Fax: 305/262-3441
Email: inspector

Originally Posted By: jmyers
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As a side note to this good information, I would like to add that many vo tech schools have good basic courses that help the inspector not only identify but also inspect the different components and systems in the home. Of course you milage may vary because of the difference in teaching practices.

Joe Myers