The home inspection profession is regulated in New Jersey. Follow the steps below to become a licensed home inspector in New Jersey.
PHII's classroom training course is not approved for NJ Home Inspector Licensing.
Requirements: 180 hours of an approved course of study (with 40 supervised field hours) and pass the National Home Inspectors Examination, OR perform 250 inspections in the direct supervision of a licensed home inspector. High school graduation or its equivalent and E & O insurance is also required.
If you are a professional architect or
engineer, you may be able to get licensed without additional classroom training. Our course will teach you
what to inspect, but is not accepted for licensing.
State Board: State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors
P.O. Box 45043, Newark, N.J. 07101
(973) 504-6460 Approved:
Questions about home inspection course enrollment? Call us toll-free at 800-983-6322
Free 1-YEAR NAAHI Membership for Home Inspector Graduates
As a gold-level NAAHI-accredited training provder, PHII can offer all home inspector graduates a free 1-year membership in the North American Association of Home Inspectors (NAAHI), a national non-profit professional home inspector association.
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