Licensed and Trained Home Inspector in Southern Illinois

National Home Inspector Exam

I’ve passed the National Home Inspector Examination® 

The NHIE® is the original competency exam for the profession and is still one of the only ones that is psychometrically-valid. It shows a home inspector’s skill and knowledge in the field.

The NHIE® tests a home inspector’s knowledge of conducting a thorough home inspection as well as our skills in client relations, communications and report writing. To find out more, visit

Certified Professional Inspector

InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector

A Certified Professional Inspector (CPI) through InterNACHI is a home inspector who has undergone extensive training and adheres to a comprehensive standards of practice. Hiring a CPI ensures a thorough and knowledgeable assessment of a property, covering various aspects like structural integrity, safety, and functionality. This certification signals a commitment to professionalism and adherence to industry standards, providing confidence to clients in the accuracy and reliability of the inspection.

ICA graduate and certified home inspector

ICA Certified Inspector

The Inspection Certificate Associates (ICA) Home Inspection Course is designed to provide comprehensive training for individuals seeking certification in the field of home inspection. The coursework covers various aspects of home inspection, including but not limited to structural components, electrical systems, plumbing, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), as well as practical inspection techniques.  The ICA Home Inspection Course aims to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful career in home inspection. It provides a solid foundation through a structured curriculum, covering essential elements of property inspection and promoting a high standard of professionalism in the field. 

IAC2 Radon and Mold Certified

IAC2 Radon and Mold Certified

The International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (IAC2) offers certification for professionals specializing in indoor air quality. This coursework may include understanding pollutants, ventilation systems, building materials, and health effects associated with indoor air quality. Education requirements for IAC2 certification often involve completion of specific training programs or courses recognized by the association. Certification through the IAC2 signifies a commitment to maintaining high standards in indoor air consulting. It validates a professional’s expertise in identifying, evaluating, and mitigating indoor air quality concerns, providing confidence to clients and employers in their ability to create healthier indoor environments. 

Infraspection Thermographer certified

IR Inspections for Home & Building Inspectors 

Infrared certification is written proof that a person has completed formal infrared training and/or possesseses a certain skill set. Certification has long been one measure of thermographer competence within the infrared community much in the same way a diploma or degree is used among educational institutions. Infraspection Institute is the oldest and most respected name in infrared training and thermographer certification. The Infraspection Institute Certified Infrared Thermographer® program is compliant with international standards organizations such as ISO and ASNT. 

Radon Measurement Professional in Illinois

A Radon Measurement Professional in Illinois is an individual licensed to conduct radon testing and measurement in residential and commercial properties. To obtain this license, individuals typically need to fulfill specific educational and training requirements. This often includes completing a state-approved radon measurement course, which covers topics such as radon gas properties, measurement devices, and proper testing procedures. 

CCAF in Construction Technology

The Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) is a regionally accredited institution providing associate degrees to enlisted members of the United States Air Force. Acquiring a CCAF degree in Construction Technology equips individuals with a robust educational background. This degree not only formally recognizes skills and knowledge in construction-related fields but also enhances credibility within the home inspection industry. The skills learned within this degree encompass a comprehensive understanding of construction principles, materials, and techniques, contributing to a more informed and nuanced assessment of homes during inspections.