Irrigation System Inspection Course

Included Free with our Home Inspection Course! 

Irrigation System Inspection Course

01.

What is it?

This Course is built to teach home inspectors how to inspect sprinkler systems on the property. Students who complete this course will have the ability to diagnose and inspect all parts of the irrigation systems on the property. Learning about the various parts and components associated with the system will help you advice your client accordingly.

02.

Why do I need it?

Irrigation Systems inspection is usually not included in your standard home inspection package. However, the National Home Inspectors Exam will have questions pertaining to sprinkler systems. Additionally if a client asks you questions about the irrigation system, you want to answer their questions with confidence and provide the inspection if needed.

03.

How do I get started?

Right now. Right here. As part of your home inspection training program, we include the commercial property inspection program for free! All our courses are available 24/7 online and allow you to study at your own pace. We teach you what you need to know about commercial property inspections.

BUILD YOUR CAREER THE RIGHT WAY

EARN $100,000+ A YEAR*
AS AN INDEPENDENT HOME INSPECTOR

*American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) Business Operations Survey

The average home inspector earns

$70,000 A YEAR*

20% of home inspectors earn

$100,000+/YEAR*

01.

Perfect fit?

Is home inspection the right career choice for you? 

02.

Program Tour.

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03.

Enrollment.

Start training to get all the skills you want and need. We prepare you for the industry. 

04.

See Clients.

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Talk to one of our consultants and see if this is the right fit for you. 

*Based on a study surveying the responses of 2,483 inspectors across North America (ASHI Business Operations Survey)