Our membership continues to grow – October 2016


We have been busy this summer with regulations for the inspection profession and working on new initiatives to help boost inspectors business and income potential and have not produced our usual monthly update on membership, so this post is a lot longer than usual.

We apologise for the delay in getting our members names and details out into the public domain.  We hope this helps getting the public recognition they all deserve for showing ongoing committment to the Home Inspection Profession.

First we would like our members to welcome all the new members of the Association.

Clicking on their name will link to their online profile.   It is a good reminder to all members that this profile is the one that is available to the public.  Ensuring you keep this up to date will help in advertising your business to members of the public looking for inspectors in your area.

We would also like to thank the following Ontario Home Inspector members for their continuing support following their recent renewals.

In addition, we would like to thank our out of province members for their continued support.  This shows that cross province support from our associate members assists in us making changes that support the Home Inspection profession in other provinces, and allow us to learn from our associate members experiences.

Remember, it is only with member support that we can:

  • Provide web services to link your business to your clients more efficiently
  • Provide you with access to free webinar functions to allow you to get your message out
  • Develop relationships with suppliers to offer you tangible benefits.
    (Currently the benefits exceed 6x the annual membership fee!)
  • Continue to provide a voice for you to Government and other professions.
  • Continue to enhance the Canadian Certified Home Inspector program to ensure it more widely accepted across Canada
  • Provide mentor-ship connection, TIPR programs, proctored examinations and education to paid-up members

Also, volunteering is a great way to enhance your business knowledge and provide you with outreach to people you may not normally come across in your daily operations.  It looks great on your resume and provides you with access to opportunities that would normally not be available.


About OntarioACHI

Founded in 2012 the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors is a not-for-profit association of members with aims to improve the quality and standing of Home and Property Inspection for the benefit of consumers and our profession. The association is run by, and for, Home & Property Inspectors in Ontario. Our goal is to ensure all Home Inspectors are qualified to the highest standards and comply with the most exacting professional Code of Ethics, Standards of Practice and Duty of Care. A consumer hiring an OntarioACHI qualified Canadian-Certified Home Inspector (CCHI) will know they have they hired a truly Professional Home Inspector.