home inspector: Nevada Home Inspector. What it takes and what they Can and Can't Do. - 03/15/11 02:34 PM
What it takes:
Nevada requires Inspectors to be licensed or "Certified".  Nevada requires a minimum of 40 hours of classroom education and 25 inspections with another Inspector. You must be able to prove you can write a creditable report and take a 100 question test with 75 correct as passing. The Inspector has to submit finger prints, pass a background check, and not have back child support.  Inspectors must have $100,000 in E&O and $100,000 in liability Insurance. Inspectors need 20 hours of continuing education every 2 years.
Once all these are meet the Real Estate Division issues the Inspector of … (0 comments)

home inspector: What is a Home Inspection? An Inspectors Opinion - 03/13/11 03:24 PM
I'm a Inspector in Sparks, Nevada and as a Home Inspector I think many of my clients and many Real Estate professionals would have a hard time describing exactly what a Home Inspection is. There is more to this than the standard description: To determine the property condition.
First off a Home Inspection is technical and complex. What the inspector finds is his opinion based on his training and knowledge so education is important in this field, but the Inspection is not done by an expert it's done by a generalist. Some items needing an expert opinion should be stated as such … (4 comments)

 
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Reno, NV-775-410-4286 Inspector & Energy Auditor

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