Why Join

ASHI Northern New England?


  • Alliance with America's most respected home inspection association, the American Society of Home Inspectors

  • Respect from professionals in the local real estate community, including attorneys, appraisers, mortgage lenders and real estate buyer's agents

  • Inspection referrals in your area from ASHI

  • Four instructional seminars per year with advanced notice of topic at no additional cost to members

  • Membership camaraderie leads to professional skill-building

  • Free listing on the chapter website with a link to your website


Home Inspectors

Continuing Education

Licensing Requirements



  • 12 hours of continuing education is required for renewal by May 31 biennially on even years.

    • At least 4 hours must be dedicated to 266 CMR regulations and SOP

    • AT least 1 hour must be dedicated to professional ethics


  •  20 hours of continuing education is needed during the biennial licensing period

    • Licensees must begin accumulating continuing education hours commencing with their date of licensure and report 20 continuing education hours to the Board of their first renewal

    • 1 hour must be in recent revisions to building regulations

    • All courses pertaining to building technologies, best and worst construction practices, new construction technologies and system installation practices will qualify as the one hour of continuing education required for recent revision to building regulations    


Our next Educational Seminar


16 September 2020

8:30 am     Registration and Morning Refreshments

9 am to 4 pm     Educational Seminar and Lunch

to be held at

Puritan Conference Room

245 Hooksett RD

Manchester, NH

NNEC Members - FREE

Non-members - $150

Eduational Credits:  MA-6, NH-6 and ASHI-7

Reservations are required for this event by Wednesday, 9 September 2020

It helps our planning if we know you are coming!

Email:  nnec.ashi.2016@gmail.com


Call Karen at 781-789-7040

Introduction to the Pest Inspection

WDI, inspections, liability and you

Inspecting for Wood Destroying Insects in Buildings

Termites, Subterranean and Drywood

Wood boring beetles, powder post and other borers

Hymenoptera, Carpenter Ants and Carpenter Bees

General Pest Control

Inspecting for other pests found in buildings

Wasp and other creepy crawlers

Small animals, rats, mice, birds, flying squirrels, bats

National Pest Management Association Form 33

Review understanding and properly fill out the new form

Pest Inspection ... Who Done It!

Review of what pest left behind what evidence


how would you report it

ASHI Northern New England Chapter


New Hampshire




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