Ontario has no system in place for the licensing of Home Inspection professionals. Legislation passed by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs last year will take at least 2 years to come into effect. Who inspects the inspectors?
The establishment of the OAHI by the Provincial legislature in 1986, was the first step towards protecting Ontario’s consumers. Only Registered Home Inspectors (RHI) have been through the most rigorous testing and screening in the industry. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation [CMHC] is working with CAHPI to set a minumim national standard for home inspectors but you can be assured that OAHI’s standards will exceed those set in the National Initiative.
James Buren helped set the National Standards as a member of the pilot group of inspectors who were screened and tested. He recieved CAHPI’s National Certificate Holder standing in November of 2006 and has over thirty years of experience in the Construction and Environmental fields. From Burcon Construction to the University of Guelph’s Environmental Studies Program and from there to the Federal Government’s Energuide for Houses program, James has proven to be thorough, consistent and reliable.
Presently James is a member of the board of directors of OAHI and also volunteers for its annual Education Conference Committee to ensure the ongoing improvement of the industry.
By adhering to the OAHI Code of Ethics and surpassing its minimum Standard of Practice, “The Home Inspector” ensures top quality inspections. See “The Promise”.
2019 marks my 22nd year as a Real Estate Home Inspection professional.
Ontario Association of Home Inspectors - RHI #193. 15 years Registered
Thank you for performing such a thorough inspection of our next home. We were so pleased with the inspection on our current home, especially the ...