About Us

Bruce Holland is a proud member of The National Association of Home Inspectors, The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors, The Florida Association of Building Inspectors, and The California Real Estate Inspectors Association.

 

National Association of Home Inspectors

The National Association of Home
Inspectors, Inc. (NAHI) was established in 1987 as a nonprofit association to
promote and develop the home inspection industry. The mission of the National
Association of Home Inspectors is to promote excellence and professionalism in
the Home Inspection industry; to provide a standards of practice and a code of
ethics; to educate its members; and to inform the public of the benefits and
scope of a professional home inspection. NAHI now has over 2300 members in all
50 U.S. states and Canada.

By working together to develop and maintain standards of excellence, NAHI 
members benefit from professional development and the exchange of ideas through
 continuing education and seminars. Information and support are available for
 members regarding their business and inspection practices and service to their
 clients. NAHI’s promotional activities educate the public and promote the importance 
of a reputable home inspection as an integral part of the residential real 
estate transaction. A national referral service helps consumers find facts about 
the industry and NAHI standards, and unites NAHI members with new clients.

NAHI Standards of Practice http://www.nahi.org/pdf/Standards%20of%20Practice%202004.pdf

http://nahi.org

 

National Association of Certified Home Inspectors 

The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) is the world’s
largest, most elite non-profit inspection association. Our home buying clients
enjoy the HI Experience only NACHI Certified Inspectors can provide. Our
inspectors have all successfully passed NACHI’s Inspector Examination, taken a
Standards of Practice Quiz, completed a Code of Ethics Course, adhere to
Standards of Practice, abide by a Code of Ethics, attend required continuing
education courses, and are NACHI Certified. NACHI…the very best home
inspectors.

NAHI Standards of Practice http://www.nachi.org/sop.htm

http://nachi.org

 

Florida Association of Building Inspectors 

Florida Association of Building Inspectors, Inc. has 
promoted professionalism in the industry through qualifying their members to
assure the public’s confidence. Applicants to FABI must pass a written examination, have their inspection
report reviewed and show proof of a required number of inspections in order to
qualify for membership. They must also adhere to FABI’s Standards of Practice,
Code of Ethics and earn continuing education credits by attending regular
seminars/workshops to maintain their membership and keep their proficiencies
current. Through its growing membership, FABI maintains an active Ethics Committee to
ensure compliance of the Association’s ethical, moral and industry standards.

Standards of Practice http://www.fabi.org/images/FABI_Standards.pdf

http://www.fabi.org

 

California Real Estate Inspection Association

The California Real Estate Inspection
Association (CREIA) is a voluntary, nonprofit public-benefit organization of
real estate inspectors. Founded in 1976, CREIA provides education, training and
support services to its members and the real estate community. CREIA’s Code of
Ethics and Standards of Practice are recognized by the California Business and
Professions Codes and are considered the standard of care by the real estate
industry and legal profession in the state. CREIA Inspector Members have
successfully passed the proctored comprehensive written California Home
Inspector Exam on the myriad of systems and components in the construction and
maintenance of residential dwellings.

CREIA’s educational mission is to expand the technical knowledge of its
members through continuing education. Certified CREIA Inspectors (CCI), Master
CREIA Inspectors (MCI) and CREIA New Construction Specialist (CNCS) members must
complete a minimum 30 hours of continuing education annually. Educational
credits are obtained through monthly chapter educational meetings, chapter
toolbox seminars, CREIA Advanced Mentoring Program (CAMP), state conferences in
the spring and fall, and other CREIA approved sources. CREIA membership
activities and programs encourage the sharing of experience and knowledge
resulting in betterment of the real estate profession and the consumer public,
which it serves.

Standards of practice http://www.creia.org/lawsstandards/index.htm

http://www.creia.org