HELPFUL LINKS

STATE AND NATIONAL INSPECTION ORGANIZATIONS

North Carolina Home Inspection Licensure Board (NCHILB)

Governs the licensing and regulation of NC home inspectors and provides the “Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics”, to which we adhere.

American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)

The most respected professional home inspection association for home inspectors, consumers and real estate professionals in North America.

North Carolina Home Inspection Licensure Board (NCHILB)

Governs the licensing and regulation of NC home inspectors and provides the “Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics”, to which we adhere.

American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)

The most respected professional home inspection association for home inspectors, consumers and real estate professionals in North America.

SAFETY AND PROTECTION INFORMATION FOR CONSUMERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

National Home Security Alliance

Keeping your home and family safe.

Safe Kids North Carolina

A wealth of resources dedicated to keeping our children safe.

National Home Security Alliance

Keeping your home and family safe.

Safe Kids North Carolina

A wealth of resources dedicated to keeping our children safe.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS

Citizens Guide to Radon Gas

Inform yourself about Radon gas and learn why it is important to have a radon test during the home inspection process.

Lead

Learn how lead affects your health.

Mold

Be informed on how to control moisture and mold growth in your home.

Additional Information

Damp crawlspace research and information.

Formaldehyde

Exposure to formaldehyde gas may cause adverse health effects – Be informed.

Asbestos

This site provides valuable information on asbestos mineral fibers found in many products.

“Make Your House a Healthy Home”

This brochure touches on some of the above topics, other common household health hazards and tips to help you save energy.

CDC Wells and Public Drinking Water

Find out why it is important for a private well owner to have their water tested during the home inspection process and why a public water supply system is viewed differently.

Home Energy, Home Maintenance and Buying a Home

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