Is Being A Home Inspector Hard?

Whether or not you have experience in a related field, you can become a home inspector with ABCHI.

With our hands on training program, you will gain the knowledge and experience required for you to become a confident inspector.

We tell them no, but it takes hard work and hands on training to become a great inspector.

Is a home inspector a good career?

Home inspection is a great career choice for so many reasons including high-income potential, a stable industry, flexible schedules, and the ability to work for yourself.

Do Home Inspectors make good money?

The average home inspector salary in the U.S. is about $58,000, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (bls.gov). You’ll make about $450 bucks per inspection. You’ll earn about 28 bucks per hour. On average.

Is being a home inspector easy?

If you’re sitting on the fence but need to know a little more, here’s a typical day in the life of a home inspector. It’s not an easy job, but it might be one of the most fulfilling things you’ve ever done. Unless you’ve got an early home inspection appointment, you’ll probably start your day tending to office work.

Is being a home inspector dangerous?

More often, the general home inspection happens first, and that puts you at risk of breathing in dangerous particles and gases. Exposure in one home might be nothing to worry about. But exposure can build up over many houses through the years.

How many hours a week does a home inspector work?

If you work as an inspector for someone else’s business, you can expect to work around 50 – 60 hours a week. As you can see in the schedule above, the days are long. You have to like the work you are doing to make it through a 13 hour day, every day of the week.

Is there a shortage of home inspectors?

There is no shortage of home inspector associations. One of the best known and oldest organizations is the American Society of Home Inspectors.