Connecticut Home Inspector License
Applicants must have completed high school or equivalent and have 40 hours of approved training. You must apply as in Intern Home Inspector and conduct 100 supervised inspections; the first ten must be directly supervised. This course covers Reports, Exteriors, Roofing, Structure, Insulation, Ventilation, Interiors, Electrical, Heating, Plumbing, Business Practices, Confined Spaces, PPE, Energy Efficiency, and Fire Protection/Prevention. The course includes over 600 practice test questions based on the National Electrical Code and International Residential Code. Recommended reading: Principles of Home Inspection: Systems and Standards 3rd Edition. The course also covers the 2015 International Residential Code, Connecticut Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management, and Carpentry and Building Construction. @HomePrep is a National Leader in online education. With over 100,000 satisfied students and a course catalog of over 1,000 classes, we are here to help you – Invest in Yourself.
We have designed our Connecticut Home Inspector Exam Review to be the best and most efficient way to prepare you for your Connecticut Home Inspector examination. Each time you take the practice test, the questions our randomly generated from our database so you never see the same test twice. Topics in this review include Laws and Regulations, Foundations, Drainage, Basements and Structural System, Interior Walls, Doors, Stairways, Ceilings, Fixtures and Floors, Exterior Walls, Doors, Windows, and Door Glazing, Fireplace and Chimney, Roof, Roof Structure, Gutters and Attic, Porches, Balconies, Exterior Stairways and Decks, Vapor Barriers and Insulation, Appliances, including Water Heaters, Cooling Systems, Heating systems, Ducts, Vents (including Dryer Vents), and Flues, Plumbing Systems, Service Entrance and Panels, Branch Circuits, Connected Devices, Fixtures, and much more.