Join Our Team as a Home Inspector!

Are you a mindful, detail-oriented professional with a love of homes, an eye for possible problems, and a passion for homes? We are looking for motivated and experienced individuals to join our team as home inspectors in the Ohio cities of Columbus, Cincinnati, and Dayton.

About Us

Home & Commercial Inspections LLC firm is dedicated to giving homeowners, purchasers, and
real estate agents thorough and trustworthy inspection services. We take pride in our
commitment to providing top-notch inspections that guarantee residential properties' security,
efficiency, and worth.

Why work with us?

Professional Development: We think it'ss important to support the advancement of our team
members. You will have access to continuous training opportunities, professional certifications,
and the newest tools and technology as a home inspector with us, so you can advance your
knowledge and stay on top of the game.

Supportive Work Environment: We promote a cooperative and encouraging workplace where
the contributions of each team member are valued. Working with a diverse set of experts who are
passionate about providing outstanding service will be an opportunity for you.

Diverse Inspections: We offer a variety of inspection services to guarantee that every day is
different and offers fresh challenges and learning opportunities. You will come across diverse
structures, systems, and components, from single-family homes to multi-unit buildings, which
will broaden your knowledge and hone your talents.

Customer satisfaction: Client satisfaction is our first priority, and your work as a home inspector
is essential to attaining this objective. You will contribute to our reputation for excellence and client confidence by conducting thorough inspections and delivering accurate and complete


  • Conduct thorough inspections of residential properties, including houses, apartments, and
  • Evaluate the state of numerous elements, including HVAC, roofing, plumbing, electrical
    systems, and more.
  • Accurately record findings and create thorough inspection reports for clients.
  • Inform customers of maintenance and safety suggestions.
  • Keep abreast of neighborhood building norms, rules, and recommended practices.
  • Effectively collaborate with team members and provide findings to clients in a polished
    and educational manner


  • You have to be a licensed inspector in Ohio.
  • In-depth knowledge of residential building systems, components, and construction
  • Strong understanding of local building codes and regulations.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Attention to detail and the ability to identify potential issues and hazards
  • Proficient in using inspection tools and software.

How to obtain a Home inspector license?

Complete State-Approved classes:

Enroll in and successfully complete a minimum of 93 hours of state-approved home inspector education classes. These classes should cover essential topics related to home inspection,
building systems, codes, regulations, and industry best practices.

High school equivalent:

A high school diploma or its equivalent is important for obtaining an inspection license in many jurisdictions, including Ohio. While it is not a specific requirement set by the Ohio Division of
Real Estate and Professional Licensing for home inspector licensure, having a high school diploma or a recognized equivalent is generally considered a standard educational qualification
for most professional positions.

National Home Inspector Examination (NHIE)

Passing the National Home Inspector Examination (NHIE) is often a requirement to obtain a home inspector license in many states, including Ohio. The NHIE is a standardized exam
developed by the Examination Board of Professional Home Inspectors (EBPHI), and it assesses the knowledge and competency of individuals seeking licensure as home inspectors.
The NHIE covers a wide range of house inspection-related topics, including roofing, HVAC, plumbing, structural elements, and building systems. You can use the study resources offered by
EBPHI, including study guides and practice tests, to be ready for the test. To assist you in reviewing and improving your knowledge, there are also a lot of training programs and materials accessible.

Submit License Application:

If you pass the NHIE, you can proceed with submitting your home inspector license application to your state's licensing authority. The application process typically involves providing documentation of your education, experience, and NHIE results, along with any necessary fees.

FBI background check:

The FBI background check aims to identify any criminal history associated with an individual. This includes searching for convictions, arrests, outstanding warrants, and other relevant information at the federal level. The employer must handle the information obtained through the
background check confidentially and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations governing background checks.

Experience in building trades a plus HVAC, Plumbing, Electric, or Carpentry:

Having experience in building trades, particularly in HVAC, plumbing, electrical work, or carpentry, is often considered a valuable asset and can be advantageous when pursuing a home
inspector license. While it may not be a strict requirement set by the licensing authority, this experience can provide you with a deeper understanding of residential systems and components,
enhancing your ability to assess them during home inspections.

Contact us:

We start training as soon as you enroll in school. It should take a month from the time you enroll in school until you conduct your first inspection. You'll finish all of your training and receive your license in that month.

If you meet the requirements above and are interested in joining our team as a licensed home inspector, we encourage you to submit your resume and a cover letter highlighting your experience and qualifications.

You can also contact us directly at | 614-702-6824 ext 3