“Home inspection is a unique discipline requiring special training, knowledge and communication skills that differ substantially from those of other building professions. Non-affiliated home inspectors are generalists with a comprehensive knowledge of many systems. Membership in a CAHPI provincial organization assures that a professional home inspector has demonstrated the ability to meet or exceed the CAHPI standards of practice.” More information on Home Inspections can be found in this link.
WHY USE A RHI (Registered Home Inspector)?
The home inspection profession is an unregulated industry in Manitoba;making your choice of a home & property inspector more difficult.
CAHPI home & property inspectors that have met the highest level of achievement and requirements of the provincial/regional associations are allowed to use the term “RHI”.
Membership in CAHPI and receiving their highest designation RHI is the best evidence of an inspector’s competence, credibility and professionalism.
RHI members are trained to objectively demonstrate technical proficiency and report writing skills and have committed to continuing education in order to achieve and maintain their member status.
RHI Members are committed to conducting inspections in accordance with the CAHPI Standards of Practice; committed to abiding by the CAHPI Code of Ethics and are dedicated to providing superior customer service.
Home Inspector Les Tripp has his RHI designation with CAHPI and over 30 years of experience in the construction industry.
Winnipeg and surrounding areas
Call or text: 204 770 7771