Wood Destroying Organisms Course

Included Free with our Home Inspection Course! 

Wood Destroying Organisms Course

01.

What is it?

This course is specifically designed to teach home inspectors what they need to detect the signs for wood destroying organisms. You will learn about all the possible wood destroying organisms, why the wood is susceptible to damage and how to identify this damage. While this may be a lot of information, it is something you will come across quite often especially with older homes.

02.

Why do I need it?

This course is meant for home inspectors targeting older neighborhoods in their target area. This service is not something you will be able to upsell majority of the time. However, having the knowledge on how to detect these organisms can surely impress your clients. Potential home buyers are always eager to find the best home inspectors with extensive knowledge to help them avoid any unforeseen repairs.

03.

How do I get started?

Right now. Right here. As part of your home inspection training program, we include the marketing for home inspectors course 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.

The Best Part. Start Your Business. Make Money Servicing Clients. 

What our Recent Graduates say about us!

Ready to Make $100,000/Year?*

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)