We’re proud to offer hands-on home inspection training to members of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Not only is there a major need for this type of training program throughout the country, but leadership and education are core values here at Structure Tech. We offer two types of training; Parallel Inspections and Ride-alongs Inspections.
This is an ASHI-endorsed home inspection training program designed to give much-needed field experience to prospective home inspectors.
ASHI Associates and ASHI Inspectors may use Parallel Inspections to qualify as fee-paid home inspections, which will count toward the final required number of inspections to attain full ASHI Certified Inspector (ACI) status. Our inspector will review the report for compliance with the ASHI Standard of Practice.
The main difference between a ride-along inspection and a parallel inspection is that the inspector-in-training does not write a report for the ride-along inspection. Here at Structure Tech, new inspectors on our team complete approximately 80 – 100 ride-along inspections before they move on to parallel inspection training.
Our fee for these services is $125 for parallel inspections and $75 for ride-alongs. We also offer bulk discounts. To coordinate these inspections, please contact our inspection manager, Bill Oelrich: 763-370-3738 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
The training I received from Structure Tech through the ride-along program was excellent. The inspectors were extremely knowledgeable and willing to answer my questions. It showed me how to perform thorough and professional home inspections. – Ryan Rengstorf, AJR Home Inspections
1. We only provide this service to Background Verified Inspectors who are members of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Sorry, no exceptions.
2. Our inspector must be the one doing the talking, especially with clients. Questions, observations, and suggestions from the inspector-in-training are welcome after the inspection, but not during the inspection.
3. No walking the roof or traversing the attic.