In light of the current health requirements/recommendations and due to restaurants being closed to seated customers,
RMC-ASHI will suspend physical meetings until further notice.
Upcoming Chapter meetings will be presented online via GoToMeeting to fulfill CE hours for our members and guests until further notice.
Please check back to this page for further updates as information becomes available.
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WHAT is Rocky Mountain Chapter of ASHI?
The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) is the oldest and most respected professional association for independent home inspectors. Since its formation in 1976, this not-for-profit organization has promoted excellence through the use of its Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.
ASHI Members subscribe to ASHI’s Code of Ethics which prohibits them from engaging in conflict of interest activities that might compromise their objectivity. This is the consumer’s assurance that the inspector will not, for example, use the inspection to solicit repair work.
To be recognized as a Member of ASHI, inspectors must pass a rigorous written examination, which tests their knowledge of residential construction, inspection criteria, and defect recognition, along with passing the written examination for the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. Further, a minimum of 250 fee-paid inspections must be completed by the inspector before certification as a Member is granted.
In order to assist home inspectors in furthering their education, ASHI sponsors a number of technical seminars and workshops throughout the year. To maintain membership in ASHI, members are required to complete 20 hours of continuing education each year.
Information used with permission from the American Society of Home Inspectors, Inc.