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Alaska State Home Inspector Regulations

Legislation: Chapter 134 SLA - enacted in 2003
All home inspectors are required to have a license by July 1, 2004
Governing Body: Department of Community and Economic Development Division of Occupational Licensing

Qualifications for becoming a Home Inspector
or an Associated Home Inspector

Alaska home inspectors must be registered with the Department of Community and Economic Development

Insurance: A Licensed Home inspector must hold insurance and a bond of over $5000. *All inspectors must be licensed by July 1, 2004

Rules:
a) Must provide evidence of passing score on applicable examination

Existing Homes Only

Pass the American Home Inspector Training Institute's final exam OR

The National Home Inspectors Examination (NHIE) offered through the Examination Board of Professional Home Inspectors. www.homeinspectionexam.org; (877)543-5222
or
The National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI) Certified Real Estate Inspector (CRI) offered through NAHI. www.nahi.org; (800)448-3942

New Homes Only and New and Existing Homes Jointly
Residential Building Inspector
Residential Electrical Inspector
Residential Mechanical Inspector
Residential Plumbing Inspector

*All four examinations are required
Offered through International Code Council (ICC). www.iccsafe.org; (866)422-3926

b) Home Inspectors must also obtain an Alaska Business License

 

Training Provider:

American Home Inspectors Training Institute
Website: www.ahit.com
Phone: 800-441-9411
Email: questions@ahit.com

 


Last updated: 4/16/14

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