Kentucky Home Inspector License HI-4233

Kentucky License # HI-4233

Legal definition of a home inspection

 KRS 198B.700  

(4) "Home inspection" means a visual analysis performed for compensation for the purpose of providing a professional opinion and home inspection report by a licensed home inspector, regarding the condition of a residential dwelling and the dwelling's attached garages and carports, any reasonable accessible installed components, and the operation of the dwelling's systems, including any controls normally operated by the owner of the dwelling, for systems and components in the standards of practice established by the board. Home inspection shall not include a code compliance inspection, or an inspection required under the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974

(5) "Home inspection report" means a written report prepared by a licensed home inspector for compensation and issued after a home inspection. The report shall include the following: (a) A report on any system or component inspected that, in the professional opinion of the inspector, is significantly deficient; (b) The inspector's recommendation to repair or monitor deficiencies reported under paragraph (a) of this subsection; (c) A list of any systems or components that were designated for inspection in the standards of practice adopted by the board but that were not inspected; and (d) The reason a system or component listed under paragraph (c) of this subsection was not inspected.

What is a Home Inspection and What's Included?

My home inspections follow the guidelines set forth by Kentucky state law and the Standards of Practice established by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI).  The InterNACHI Standards of Practice are approved by the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors and can found by clicking here:InterNachi Standards of Practice.