ASHI Northern New England Chapter


New Hampshire




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



Wednesday, 18 September 2019

To be Held at:

Puritan Backroom Restaurant

245 Hooksett RD

Manchester, NH

8:30 am   Registration and Early Morning Refreshments

9 am to 4 pm - FALL Educational Seminar and Lunch

NNEC Members  - FREE

Non-Members - $150

LAST Educational Seminar of 2019

Check to make sure you have your early Educational Credits

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

Fungi for Home Inspectors and Cases Studies of Forensic Home Investigations

We will go over some of the basic differences between mold fungi and rot fungi, 

then look at lots of photographs of conditions you might see, and discuss  what to concerned about and what to tell people who are affected by mold exposure and how re-mediators work.  Then we will look at some of the many indoor problems we have investigated, most of which are relevant to home inspection:  HVAC issues, combustion gases, moisture and leaks, etc.  As usual, all conditions will be illustrated by hundreds of juicy photographs and micro-graphs.

Jeffrey C. May - Principal Scientist - May Indoor Air Investigations LLC 

Jeff's company investigates moisture, odor and mold problems throughout the U.S.  Jeff is the author of "My House is Killing Me!" (2001), and "My Office is Killing Me!" (2006) and co-author, along with Connie L. May, of "The Mold Survival Guide" (2004) and Jeff May's Healthy Home Tips​

(2008), all published by The Johns Hopkins University Press.​  He has investigated thousands of "sick buildings" and analyzed by microscopy over 40,000 air and dust samples.  Jeff received his master's degree in organic chemistry from Harvard University and served an adjunct faculty member of UMass Lowell. He was inducted into the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) Hall of Fame in 2018.  He is a retired ASHI member, served on the ASHI-NE Board and Education Committee and the ASHI Core.  Jeff produced a complimentary quarterly newsletter on IAQ for home inspectors, and in the 1990s, he trained home inspectors on how to conduct IAQ inspections.


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