At Peace of Mind Inspection Services we believe in order to bring Peace of Mind to the buyer they need to have an inspector that is fully qualified, a certified professional, remains independent and an inspector that will provide the type of inspection required to ensure the integrity expected by all parties concerned.

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Qualifications for Peace of Mind Inspection Services


Professional Organizations we our members of.

Certifications for Peace of Mind Inspection Services.

Education Transcripts from all sources.

Professional Organizations

InterNachi is the largest Organization in the world/North America providing Certified Inspectors. Please visit their website for more information. InterNachi Website

ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) is another organization providing Certified Building Inspectors for North America. Please visit their website for more information. ASHI Website

The National Home Inspector Examination is a home inspector competence assessment tool developed in accordance with accepted psychometric standards, insuring an unbiased, valid and reliable assessment of your skill, knowledge and experience.
The National Home Inspector Examination is currently adopted and/or recognized by thirty-two states for home inspector regulation. It is also a membership requirement for the American Society of Home Inspectors, American Institute of Inspectors, and California Real Estate Inspection Association and is reimbursed by the US Veterans’ Administration. Please visit their website for more information. NHIE Website

The Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET) was founded in 1995 as an independent, non-profit organization committed to helping homeowners reduce the cost of their utility bills by making their homes more energy efficient.

RESNET is responsible for creating the national training and certification standards for HERS Raters and Home Energy Survey Professionals, both of which are recognized by federal government agencies such as the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. mortgage industry.

Many of the 130 million homes in this country were constructed before energy and building codes were established. These homes often suffer from performance problems ranging from energy consumption to poor thermal comfort to indoor air quality issues.

In response to these issues, the Building Performance Institute, Inc. (BPI) was founded in 1993. BPI has become the nation’s premier standards development and credentialing organization for residential energy auditing and upgrade work. BPI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

BPI is accredited by the American National Standards Institute, Inc. (ANSI) as a developer of American National Standards and as a certifying body for personnel credentials. BPI develops the technical standards for home energy audits and for energy efficiency, health, and safety improvements. From these standards, BPI develops rigorous written and field exams resulting in one of BPI’s 14 professional certifications.

NRPP (National Radon Proficiency Program) & AARST (The American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists) are professional organizations in regards to understanding Radon. Please visit their website AARST & NRPP Website

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Certifications for Peace of Mind Inspection Services


American Society of Home Inspectors ASHI Certifications

InterNachi Certifications


Certifications acquired through home inspector training from InterNACHI

IAC2 Radon CertifiedIAC2 Mold CertifiedIAC2 Certified

Inspection Industry Certifications


Remote Imaging CapturingI Fly Safe Drone


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Education Transcript


ASHI = 40 hrs
NHIE = 96 hrs
BPI = 40 hrs
CPI @ House of Horrors = 40hrs
Mentoring Training = 200 hrs
Michigan Residential Builder = 160 hrs
Drone FAA = 80 hrs
FEMA = 80 hrs
InterNachi = 241 hrs
Total as of May 2018: +1000 hrs


InterNachi Official Transcripts

Transcript provided by InterNACHI, the home inspector organization

Transcript provided by InterNACHI, the home inspector organization

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