ASHI WW Chapter members far exceed the minimum requirements dictated by Washington State licensing. In addition to passing the National Home Inspector exam, Chapter members must perform 245 professional home inspections above the Washington State minimum of 5 and have their reports verified for compliance with the association’s standards before they are allowed to call themselves a “Certified ASHI Inspector”. ASHI also requires its members to complete 20 approved continuing education courses per year in order to maintain their membership, which are 8 more hours than the State requires. No other professional Home Inspector association can match the credentials of a Certified ASHI Home Inspector.
So when choosing a Home Inspector, look beyond Washington State licensed Inspectors and demand an ASHI WW Home Inspector.