Kentucky Home Inspector Regulations
Kentucky Home Inspector Requirements




Kentucky Home Inspector Regulations

Kentucky Licensure (KRS 198B.700) enacted in 2004.

The Kentucky Home Inspector Licensing Law requires home inspectors to be licensed and defines the requirements of licensure. An inspector must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, complete a board-approved training program, pass an examination approved by the board, and submit a certificate of insurance. Inspections must be conducted in accordance with the standards of practice of ASHI or NAHI or their equal.

The law created the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors, to which the Governor appointed eight members, including one member each from ASHI, NAHI, and the Kentucky Real Estate Inspection Association. The law also establishes license renewal criteria, including continuing education of 30 hours for two years. Licensed inspectors must carry liability insurance in the amount of $250.000.

For more information contact:
Kentucky Office of Housing Buildings & Construction

George Mann
(502) 573-0373 Ext: 214
(502) 573-1057 Fax

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