ASHI Standards of Practice

At Dean Arrington Associates, we adhere to the standards of practice set forth by the American Society of Home Inspectors. By following the same standards as thousands of other inspectors from coast to coast, you can trust that you’ll get the high quality, reliable and impartial advice and insight into your property in Morris County and throughout central and northern New Jersey that you deserve.

The standards of practice and code of ethics of the ASHI outline the rules and guidelines that each inspector strives to uphold in every inspection. Inspectors who are members in the organization must have performed at least 250 home inspections and passed ASHI-required written knowledge and skills tests, as well as meet the organization’s requirements for ongoing education. These requirements ensure that all members are up to date on the latest trends and practices regarding home inspection, helping to make sure that any flaws or concerns can be properly identified in your inspection in New Jersey.

Below is the full text of the ASHI standards of practice for your own review. As you can see below, the standards outline in great detail the best practices and methods of review that we adhere to with every home inspection. By making sure that we inspect every possible aspect of your prospective property, you receive a comprehensive look to make the decision that’s right for you when it comes to making your home purchase or sale.

To learn more about the ASHI standards or the New Jersey Standards of Practice that we follow at Dean Arrington Associates, or to schedule your home inspection in Morris County or elsewhere in central or northern New Jersey, call Dean Arrington Associates today at 908-236-9697.