At Top Notch Home Inspection we treat every one of the homes we inspect like it is our personal home. Our passion for the home industry and our years or experience in construction and structural inspections will show when you receive your detailed inspection report.
Each session/day needs to be attended during one of our listed class schedules. It is possible to attend the first week of one 2 week scheduled class and the second week of another 2 week scheduled class. The most flexible class days are the 11 week class that starts in the fall. A missed session can be scheduled during normal business hours.
Yes, all of our listed classes have an online option. You can even attend some sessions online and some sessions in person.
Absolutely. All of our students get mentorship for life. In addition to being able to attend any future classes in whole or in part we are available to answer any questions you may have when starting your new career as a Home Inspector.
YES!!! We think this is the ideal time to start your career as a Home Inspector. As the Real Estate Market switches from a Sellers market to a Buyers market you can be going through the Home Inspector School, passing the state Home Inspector Test, and getting your business set up. All of these things take time, but you'll be ready when the market switches to a Buyers market, which is when the Home Inspection industry flourishes.
After enrollment and payment of the deposit for the home inspector school we will contact you and let you know what inspections we have scheduled. If the inspections fit into your schedule then you and our instructor will attend the inspection with our inspector. On our field training you typically get 1-on-1 training with the instructor while at the property.
One of the great things about become a Home Inspector is the relatively low start up costs. A basic tool set up is something we go over with our students that enroll in our school, but we've also provided this blog that covers some of the basic tools and this page of additional info and links to each of the tools we purchase for our inspectors.