What does ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) do?

ASHI, the American Society of Home Inspectors, serves several functions. The organization, founded in 1976, sets standards of professional practice and ethics that its more than 6,000 members vow to follow and uphold. As such, when you work with a home inspector who is an ASHI member, you know that you're working with someone committed to his profession and to honesty, integrity and fairness.

What does ASHI do

In addition to acting as the gold standard for professionalism and ethics in the home inspector field, ASHI works to educate the public on just what a house inspector does and how homeowners can best use his or her skills. The ASHI web site also acts as a bulletin board for new consumer alerts, changes in building codes, and standards and EPA notices.

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