We at AHIT are proud to announce that we are now a partner school of the Florida Association of Building Inspectors (FABI). As a partner [...]
One of the first things new students want to know is how our course Instructors came to be with AHIT and how they started their [...]
We are happy announce we have added new dates for our super-popular How to Become a Home Inspector webinars! Join us to learn about a [...]
A home inspection is an all-encompassing examination of the condition of a home. The home inspection process is often but not always performed at the time [...]
The mentality is in favor of taking risk because property values are quickly rising, but the reality is buyers don’t understand how expensive what they don’t see could get.
The cover-to-cover update offers home inspectors the latest information on codes, products and practices and features more visuals and diagrams.
As much as it would help the buyer in their decision to purchase a home, home inspectors can't foresee what will happen once the buyer moves in. Simply put, there isn't a crystal ball to look into to see the future.
September has been designated National Preparedness Month and who better to help homeowners prepare their homes for natural disasters than home inspectors.
Sharing findings with sellers — whether in casual conversation, spirited debate or by written report — or even having sellers in the room listening to the inspection report presentation, has its pitfalls.
With radon affecting so many areas of the country, homeowners will look to home inspection professionals who have the skill set and credentials to detect this potentially deadly gas in their homes.