The Peer Review is open to ASHI Candidates and Members. It's purpose is to test and improve inspection and communication skills. There are three Peer Review categories.
- Educational Review
This is educational only (there is no examination). The participant is guided through an inspection of the peer review house by experienced ASHI home inspectors. This is an opportunity to learn and ask as many questions as you would like.
- Inspector by Review® (IBR)
The applicant must have passed ASHI exams prior to IBR registration. In the IBR the participant is given time to inspect a selected house as if he/she were working for a paying client. Later, after preparing an inspection report, the participant presents the inspection findings to a peer review panel consisting of three members. The participant is expected to identify all the major deficiencies and to demonstrate a thorough technical knowledge and communication skills. Participants who pass will receive IBR certificates.
- Master Inspector by Review™(MIR)
Master Inspector is similar to the IBR with the additional requirement that the inspector must have been an ASHI member for at least 5 years and an active GLC participant. Participants who pass will receive a certificate and a Master Inspector pin.
The next Peer Review takes place on the Friday prior to the GLC quarterly
seminar. The fee is $25 with conference registration or $125 if not attending
If you are interested in participating contact David
Office: 847-735-1750 or 847-989-7332
Email: Click to visit David's Member Page