The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) is the world’s largest most elite home inspection association. A non-profit organization with members in all 50 states and 32 countries, NACHI is the international home of over 10,000 Home Inspectors worldwide.
Only the top few percent of all home inspectors reach NACHI status. These master inspectors have all successfully passed NACHI’s Inspector Examination, adhere to a Standards of Practice, abide by a Code of Ethics, attend required continuing education courses, and all are NACHI Certified.
The NACHI Foundation’s public service announcements play 7,000 times a month on radio stations across North America.
NACHI’s Standards of Practice Is Now The Industry Standard. This new version is by far the largest, most comprehensive set of guidelines available to inspectors. Thirteen years in the making, and over 20 pages long, this latest revision elevates NACHI’s Standards of Practice to the nation’s definitive standard for the professional home inspection industry.
NACHI promotes a high standard of professionalism, business ethics, and inspection procedures with its Code of Ethics. NACHI’s Continuing Education, hands-on training, online inspection courses, and an inspection video library all help keep our members the best they can be.
Operating many thousands of websites, NACHI reaches millions of consumers, inspectors, and Realtors every month. Our 23,000+ page flagship site (nachi.org) receives over 7 million hits per month alone and is now one of the internet’s most popular sites enjoyed by over 91,000 unique visitors a month. Alexa.com (an Amazon.com company) ranks NACHI #1 above all other home inspection related sites.
As a member of an elite organization of Certified Inspectors, you might find yourself paying a little more for your inspection with a NACHI Certified Inspector, but rest assured that you will get a more detailed inspection for your money. You are paying for the professional experience of a NACHI Certified Inspector who knows more and does more for you. This is no time to skimp: a less expensive inspection is not necessarily a bargain. When you pay less, you get less. Is it worth saving a few dollars to get a second rate home inspection? Don’t pay a fee for an inspection; make an investment in your happiness knowing that your home will be inspected by a professional Nationally Certified Home Inspector.