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Carson Dunlop & Associates Ltd.

Carson Dunlop & Associates Ltd. is an engineering firm, established in 1978; and is one of the premier home inspection teaching programs.  It is used by many community colleges as well as home inspection associations across the US and Canada as well as the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) through its ASHI@HOME program.

The Carson Dunlop program is not a "become a home inspector over the weekend" course; it requires more than 540 hours of study, videos of real conditions as well as field excersizes and completion of the program requires passing dozens of tests.


InterNACHI Certificate of Membership

InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, requires members to pass areas, their Inspector Examination, Ethics Course and their Standards of Pratice Course.  They have the highest standards of pratice in the home inspection industry, reqiuring members to take and pass continuing education courses.

Infared Certification

Infared refers to a camera which is able to......

InterNACHI's Infared Certification course assures you that your home inspector has taken 16 hours of Infared Certification training and passed the examination; this was created to assure that you have a certified thermographer to perform your inspection. More information on Infared Cameras and Thermography.


InterNACHI $10,000 Honor Guarantee:

InterNACHI will pay up to US $10,000.00 (maximum collective aggregate) for the cost of replacement of personal property lost (and not recovered, restituted or insured.) More Information

$10,000 Honor Guarantee, Backed by InterNACHI


Additional Certifications:

These additional certificates of completion, almost 100 hours of study, represent contiuing education courses from the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, InterNACHI.

Roof Inspection:


Mold Inspection:


Residential Electrical Inspections:


Thermal Imaging for Inspectors:


Structural Issues:


Safe Pratices for Inspectors:


Attic, Insulation, Ventilation and Interior:


Inspecting Foundation Walls and Piers:


Wood-Destroying Organism Inspection:


Residential Plumbing :


InterNACHI Residential Standards of Pratice:


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