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Montana has no regulations governing Home Inspection certification or licensing. In short anyone can become a home inspector, That is why experience counts!  All documentation and qualifications are available for review at time of inspection.

1970's Thru 80's:  New Home and Major Remodeling Construction in South West Montana.

1979-82: Construction Official & Building Inspector For a Local Montana Town.

1984-91: On Site Inspector For a Third Party Inspection Company, New Homes & Light Commercial Buildings

1991-98: Construction Superintendent for U.S. Homes, A National Home Builder

1992-94:  BOCA - ICBO Building Code Inspector Licensing Education: (RCS) Residential Commercial Structures, (ICS) Industrial Commercial Structures 1 & 2,  (HHS) High Hazard Structures, Building Subcode Official, Building Construction Official, Barrier Free Certification, ADA , Fair Housing Accessibility Training

1994:(BOCA) Building Officials & Code Administrators Certification; Building Inspector 1 & 2 Family Dwellings Certification

1994: State Licensed Building Inspector, Sub Code Official & Construction Official

1995: (ICBO) International Conference of Building Officials Certification; Building Inspector, Plumbing Inspector, Mechanical inspector Certification

1995 Certified Home Inspection Courses; ASHI School of Home Inspection, Brick By Brick Home Inspection Certification, Allied Real Estate Schools, Certainteed Training - National Home Inspectors Exam.

1999: (NACHI) National Association Of Certified Home Inspectors Certification

1999: (NAHI) National Association of Home Inspectors Certification

2000: (ICC) International Code Council - Re-Certification; Building Inspector, Plumbing Inspector, Mechanical inspector

2000: Western Regional Radon Training Center- Radon Measurement Certification 

2004: (ASHI) American Society of Home Inspectors Certification

2006: EDI Exterior Design Institute - Certified EIFS Inspector / Certified Moisture Analyst  

2006: Moisture Warranty EIFS Inspection Certification

 Advantage Property Inspections has continually received the Best of Bozeman Award in the Home Inspections category. from 2008 & 2017. The USLBA Award Program focused on companies which offer the best value to customers and clients. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the USLBA and data provided by past customers and local third party business partners.

 
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