Alabama Home Inspector Regulations
Alabama Home Inspector Requirements




Alabama Home Inspector Regulations

On January 22, 2004, the Building Commission proposed to amend chapter 170-X-24.05 (License Requirements) and Chapter 170-X-24.06 (Annual License Renewal, Consequences of Failure to Renew). On March 8, 2004, the proposed amendments were adopted. These rules are designed to implement the requirements for home inspection and EIFS licensing enacted by the Legislature in Act 2002-517. You may obtain copies of the adopted rules at our website

Home Inspector License Requirements:

1). Notarized home inspector's application
2). Show proof of compliance of American Society of Home Inspectors, Standards and Ethics Examination, and show proof of compliance of the Examination Board of Professional Home Inspectors, National Home Inspector Examination,
3). $250,000.00 of errors and omissions insurance coverage shall also be required, as well as maintaining the presently required amount of general liability insurance.
4). Proof of qualifications in one of the categories listed, $300.00 registration fee payable by cashier cash, money order, bank check, (CASH, PERSONAL AND COMPANY CHECKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED).

If you have not complied with these requirements your license for 2005 can not be renewed. The Standards and Ethics test can be taken online at or you may call Promissor, Inc. at 1-800-274-8359, for testing sites, dates, and time. The National Home Inspector Examination online registration or you may call 1-877-543-5222, Promissor. For information pertaining to the National Home Inspector Examination, or you may call 1- 847-298-7750.

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