Continuing Education Credits for Home Inspectors Washington State

Don Bender & Justin Fox – Deck Design & Installations/ Earthquake Retrofit – 4hrs -H20109045   Course Description Deck and Balcony Safety: Design, Construction & Inspection Essentials/ Earthquake RetrofitIntroduction:A quick Google search of deck collapse yields a trove of video clips, images, and stories of deck structures gone awry leading to injury and loss. Clearly, […]

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Continuing Education Credits for Home Inspectors Washington

Continuing Education Credits for Home Inspectors Washington State

Mike Twitty – History of Electrical Codes and Electrical Inspections – 4 hrs – #H20108700   Course Description This course is designed to review the history of thedevelopment of the National Electric Code and the evolutionof common wiring methods. The emphasis will focus ontypical installations that home inspectors encounter daily.Discussions will include, how, what, when […]

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Continuing Education Credits for Home Inspectors Washington State

Tessa Murry – Integrating Building Science with Home Inspection- 4 hrs – #1080 Course Description Just because it’s new construction, doesn’t mean it’s perfect! This class will dive into why it is important to have a home inspection on new construction and common defects. This information is valuable to share with clients and agents alike […]

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Continuing Education Credits for Home Inspectors Washington State

Charlie Buell – Everything about Water Heaters – Part 1-#1073 This session will cover many of the kinds of water heaters and their related plumbing, venting, and/or wiring It will discuss advantages and disadvantages to different approaches to heating water, as well as focus on newer systems of gas water heaters that are not open […]

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Dylan Chalk CE crests for Home Inspectors

Continuing Education Credits for Home Inspectors Washington State

Dylan Chalk – Sorting Houses by Age – A Residential Construction Timeline #496 – 4 hours Take a visual journey through 120-years of residential construction history in a class that is useful for improving communication skills and placing our inspection findings in perspective. Class participants will come away with an understanding of the critical trends […]

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