Credentials

Kansas Registered Inspectors

Legislature set out requirements for the standards by which Home Inspectors operating in Kansas would conduct their business and set out a requirement for Home Inspectors operating in Kansas to be registered by the state.

Kansas Inspectors.

American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)

All of our inspectors are national ASHI certified and state registered in Kansas. Founded in 1976, the American Society of Home Inspectors is North America’s oldest and most respected society of home inspectors. ASHI members must adhere to rigorous standards of practice and a strict code of ethics. For an inspector to advance from Associate to Full member, they must pass a national examination, complete 250 documented home inspections, and undergo peer reviews. ASHI also requires 20 hours of continuing education annually. All of our inspectors are CERTIFIED INSPECTORS, the highest ranking in ASHI.

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Registered Professional Engineer in Kansas and Missouri

Doug Hord, P.E.

Doug Hord P.E. is a registered Professional Engineer in Kansas and Missouri with emphasis in the civil/structural engineering field. Attaining the status of Professional Engineer requires the successful completion of two state board examinations including a minimum of five years approved work experience in a related engineering position. Doug has been active in the engineering field since 1979. He has an extensive background and knowledge in project design and construction management. Doug has been actively involved with performing home inspections since 1993.

Radon Certifications

All of our inspectors are State certified Residential Measurement Providers as required by the State of Kansas in accordance with National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) National Radon Proficiency program. We are required to have 16 hours of continuing education every two years. Individuals and laboratories holding NEHA-NRPP certification have not only met the requirements set forth by the original EPA program, but we are constantly looking for ways to raise the standards of professionalism. The NEHA-NRPP logo carries both the tradition and commitment of the National Environmental Health Association and the responsibility to full compliance with national standards and regulations.

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