We are pleased to announce we are now again able to meet physically for our monthly meeting at Brooklyn's!
Upcoming Chapter meetings will be presented live from Brooklyn's and also streamed online via GoToMeeting to fulfill CE hours for our members and guests.
Buying a home may seem like an endless series of critical, important decisions. When you find that house that is right for you, hiring a home inspector to educate you about the condition of your new home is commonplace and a wise decision.
Choosing an ASHI inspector means choosing someone you can trust to objectively, independently and apart from anyone’s interests other than your own, provide you with a comprehensive analysis of the home’s major systems and components.
ASHI members know houses. They are trained to objectively communicate to you what the house has to say. ASHI members have demonstrated technical proficiency and report writing skills and have committed to continuing education in order to achieve and maintain their member status. ASHI members also know about service. They’ve reviewed feedback from homebuyer surveys conducted by ASHI asking consumers what they want from a professional home inspector and they know ASHI wants and cares about feedback from consumers on how our members are doing.
Members are committed to conducting inspections in accordance with the ASHI Standards of Practice; committed to abiding by the ASHI Code of Ethics and are dedicated to providing superior customer service. ASHI Members deliver more than a home inspection, they deliver the ASHI Experience.
Homebuyers are not the only people who hire ASHI Inspectors. Homesellers also use ASHI inspections to gain knowledge of the condition of their home before placing it on the market. Smart homesellers know that knowledge about their home’s condition makes the selling process more palatable.
Homebuyers, homesellers, homeowners, or anyone who wants to make an informed decision about a house based on objective information deserves a professional ASHI home inspection.
Homeowners, if you have questions about your house, ask a Rocky Mountain ASHI member or use our Find an Inspector page to locate an ASHI home inspector. Or, if you need work done around the house check our our dependable affiliates.
Information used with permission from the American Society of Home Inspectors, Inc.