Providing Seminars, Lectures and Training

Learning more about the systems and structural components common to all houses and buildings can be helpful to certain groups and organizations. If you have a corporation with one or more office buildings, you might want your maintenance staff to be more knowledgeable about these systems to help them spot or prevent issues with the electrical, plumbing, HVAC or other major components. Schools would similarly want their staff up to speed on these aspects of their property. Builders groups are especially likely to benefit from learning all they can about the important elements of homes and buildings, so they’ll be less dependent on third-party inspectors to check their work.

Since knowledge is power, our team at Inspection Professionals helps to empower key personnel working for schools, companies, homeowners associations, builders groups and many others about the facets that make up the systems and components of structures that home inspectors are concerned with. For a builder, this can help you spot any problems and handle them during the building phase before you’ve gotten too far along, which will save you money. When it comes to learning all you can about this subject, you won’t find better than the seminars, lectures and training available from Inspection Professionals.

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YOUR KNOWLEDGEABLE TEACHERS

Whatever subject you’re learning, you want to know you’ve got a teacher who knows what they’re talking about. With Inspection Professionals, that’s not a concern. With our two decades in the home and building inspections field, we are unparalleled in our expertise, which we are willing to pass on to you and your team. We’ve completed over 8,000 inspections throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware, so we’re familiar with the building practices in these states and can teach you about them.

Depending on your profession, learning about things such as foundations, plumbing, electrical systems, detecting water damage or radon and uncovering the presence of wood-destroying insects can be critically important. If knowledge about those things that professional home inspectors check for in a home is what you seek, you won’t find a more experienced teacher than Inspection Professionals.

MOST POPULAR QUESTIONS

Our primary business is doing home inspections, so if you’re planning to buy or sell a home in our service area, give us a call, and we’ll assess its condition for you. We also do specific types of inspections such as checking for radon, wood-destroying insect inspections, testing your well flow, sewer scope inspections and performing pre-drywall inspections on new construction.

Our primary business is doing home inspections, so if you’re planning to buy or sell a home in our service area, give us a call, and we’ll assess its condition for you. We also do specific types of inspections such as checking for radon, wood-destroying bugs, testing your well flow and doing pre-drywall inspections on new construction.

 

Yes, our inspectors are certified and licensed to do business in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Our inspectors are all members of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) as well as members of the Exterior Design Institute (EDI), so they meet or exceed industry standards, which make them excellent to do inspections and to teach you about inspecting.

We are based in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, but we have a fairly wide service area. If you’re not sure we can come to you to do an inspection or provide a seminar or training, just give us a call, and we’ll let you know.

LEARN ABOUT YOUR BUILDING OR HOME TODAY

You’ll feel more confident after you’ve been armed with information about what structures and components come together to make your home a solid structure that’s safe for you and your family. It may equip you to spot potential issues yourself that you may want to call a professional inspector to verify. If you’re in business, let our people train your people about the major systems and components of your housing or buildings, so you can be more self-sufficient.