Peer Review-The Ultimate Test
Did you know that a written test, 6 hours of continuing education per year and sending in a fee is all that's necessary in order to become a home inspector in the state of Illinois?
•Good inspectors join a national organization such as the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).
•Better inspectors also join local chapters like the Great Lakes Chapter of ASHI.
•The Best inspectors have taken the Peer Review. In order to pass the Master Inspector By Review™ (MIBR™), an inspector has to find all of the must find deficiencies a panel of other inspectors have identified in an actual house. This is an all-or-nothing test. Only a fraction of participants pass this stringent test. Frank Lesh was one of the first inspectors to pass the Master Inspector By Review™ (MIBR™). This is one of the reasons why Home Sweet Home Inspection Company is among the most expensive inspection companies in the western suburbs. With Home Sweet Home Inspection Company, you get what you pay for.