The North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board’s purpose if to safeguard the public health, safety and welfare and protects the public from being harmed by unqualified persons by regulating the use of the title “Licensed Home Inspector” and by providing for the licensure and regulation of those who perform home inspections for compensation.
A Home Inspector shall provide a written contract, signed by the client, before the home inspection is performed that shall state that the home inspection is in accordance with the ‘Standards of Practice of the North Carolina Home Inspectors Board’, describe what services shall be provided and their costs, state when an inspection is for only one or a limited number of systems or components, that the inspection is limited to only those systems or components. Inspect readily visible and readily accessible installed systems and components. Submit a written report to the client. If you are interested in becoming a licensed home inspector please check out our Home Inspector Licensing Seminars.