Let us help familiarize you with the advantages of using an American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) certified home inspector. ASHI is a nationwide and international organization that is active throughout the US and Canada in working to raise the professionalism of the industry.
ASHI is one of the oldest home inspection associations in the country, celebrating 25 years in the home inspection and real estate industry. ASHI is the premier organization of home inspectors, no other organization comes close. ASHI membership signifies the highest level of professionalism in the industry.
Consider the ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. ASHI standards exceed the standards set by the State of Oregon. The ASHI Code of Ethics sets the highest standard of ethical behavior and prohibits a home inspector from performing repairs on any property that they inspect.
To become a full ASHI member a home inspector must:
In addition to these rigorous standards ASHI members are required to participate in a minimum of 20 hours of continuing education credits each year in order to maintain membership. ASHI members meet once a month to discuss current topics and to participate in a 1-1/2 hour continuing education presentation by experts in a specialty area of home inspection. ASHI membership also allows members to attend an extensive continuing education convention each year.
All of this assures those using the services of an ASHI inspector that:
See our complete list of ASHI inspectors in Oregon