The Rise Of A Green Home Inspector

English: Cranston, RI, April 17, 2010 -- FEMA ...

English: Cranston, RI, April 17, 2010 — FEMA inspector Mike Irwin with home owner Jose Henriquez run through his home inspection again to illustrate to the media what a FEMA home inspection looks like and what people can expect when they have their homes inspected. Photo: Michael Rieger/FEMA (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


This is an era wherein, the Governments and administrative bodies at various levels have been coming up with new laws and regulations that aid in the conservation of the atmosphere.  We also have several pressure groups and opinion leaders putting pressure on the Government establishments to bring forth new legislations. In short, this is the time where everybody is keen on making the planet greener. Therefore, if people across the U.S. prefer to have home inspections in line with the green rules, they are not entirely wrong.  Thus, there has been an increase in the number of green certified home inspectors.


The Role Of The Green Home Inspectors


Home Inspectors visit the residences and establishments and, advice the inhabitants on the various means that compliment a green ecology. They suggest ways by which resources such as water and electricity can be used in the most optimal manner. The home inspection services are carried out in the following method –


  • Identification of those points or sources in which there is a loss of water or any other form of energy.
  • Recommendation to the concerned individuals about the means of eliminating or curbing this loss.


It is mandated as per law that the measures suggested by the home inspections must be heeded to and enforced at all levels. Adhering to these recommendations, work in a dual manner. Firstly, they absolve the entity or the individual of the losses he/she was incurring. The second advantage is that the measures so adopted will contribute towards the ecology and also to the economy. It must be surprising to the readers that one can be a green home inspector by undertaking the prescribed course by the Eco Institution.


The job of a green home inspections official is a vocational job and there is considerable demand for such professionals. A professional home inspector can both be busy and at the same time making a lot of money.  Owing to the limited availability of home inspection services, it is easier to establish oneself and thereby establish a reputation. The number of people consulting the experts in home inspection services is increasing!


Author Bio: Kylene Golubski is an expert currently working with a home inspection company, Inspect-It 1st, a Property Inspection Franchise that follows stringent home inspection checklist to offer various home inspection services, to buyers, sellers, real estate agents and others. Through his writing, Kylene loves to share his experience in local inspection services, creating inspection reports and other services related to pool inspections.

Erin Emanuel