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Pennsylvania State Home Inspector Regulations

Legislation: Trade Practice Act 114 of 2000 Title 68
Governing Body: Bureau of Consumer Protection
Contact Info:
Designations: Fully Compliant Home Inspector

Qualifications for Becoming Compliant with the State Legislation

Experience

a) A Pennsylvania state home inspector must be a full member of a nationally recognized not-for-profit organization that requires at least 100 or more home inspections to become a full member and pass an exam.

City of Philadelphia ONLY
The city of Philadelphia requires licensure of Home Inspectors

a) Worker’s Compensation and Employer’s Liability Insurance of

          $100,000 each accident
          $100,000 each employee
          $500,000 each limit

b) Commercial General Liability (City of Philadelphia must be listed as a certificate holder)

          $100,000 minimum limit (deductible of no more then $2,500)

c) Proof of membership in a nationally recognized not-for-profit organization that requires at least 100 or more home inspections and passing of an examination to become a member.

 

Training Provider:

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

 


Last updated: 4/24/14