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Why ASHI?

Why are Bob and Welmoed members of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)?

Why do they consider their membership in the oldest national home inspector association to be a benefit not just to them, but to their clients?

Being an ASHI member means being committed to maintaining the very highest level of education. Maryland requires all licensed home inspectors to obtain at least 30 continuing education hours per license renewal period, which comes to just 15 hours per year. ASHI requires its members to obtain a minimum of 20 credit hours per year. Both Bob and Welmoed exceed the Maryland and the ASHI requirements, with each earning an average of 45 continuing education credits every year.

Bob and Welmoed are also involved in the association, at both the local and the national level. Bob has served two terms on the association’s Board of Directors, and has also served as President of the local chapter. Welmoed was the first woman to join the MAC-ASHI chapter, and now serves as President.

Click on the links below to visit the ASHI website to see their current membership status.

Bob’s ASHI Membership page

Welmoed’s ASHI Membership page