Milwaukee, WI, March 27, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The allergy season is just around the corner. The Wisconsin Chapter of the National Association of Certified Home Inspector (WiNACHI), in cooperation with Environmental Solutions Association (ESA) is offering a 1-day Indoor Air Quality Course, to be held on April 28th, 2007 in Milwaukee. Registration is open to the public.
There are 40-50 million people in the United States affected by allergies. Problems can even occur in new homes as they are built tighter to conserve energy. The result has been an increase in indoor air quality issues that can threaten the health and well being of today’s families.
Symptoms range from mild irritations for some, to more serious health issues for others. WiNACHI recognizes this problem and the need to increase the number of qualified persons to perform Home Allergen Inspections to address these heath issues.
Training will be presented on bacteria testing and testing for VOC (volatile organic compounds) as well as a review of other indoor air quality issues such as mold, radon, lead, asbestos, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. All of these issues are a concern of today’s property owners.
WiNACHI is the Wisconsin Chapter of The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI).
WiNACHI is organized to promote the professional and educational of its members, all licensed Wisconsin home inspectors and the public at large.
WiNACHI strives to raise the level of awareness, education and professionalism of home inspectors, to better equip them to provide the the most comprehensive and complete home inspection services possible. In so doing they raise their own standards and better serve their community.
WiNACHI members are required to complete more hours of continuing education than any other inspection organization in the state. They believe that continuing education is the key to providing the best home inspection services.
Regardless of experience, they believe that regular review of the home inspection basics as well as keeping up with new or improved methods, are what sets the best home inspectors apart from the rest.
They believe that community service and industry promotion are an integral part of what it is to be great home inspectors.
WiNACHI will always be developing and participating in projects that serve the community and education the pubic of the importance of having a home inspection.
Nearly all of their chapter meetings and educational events are open to all home inspectors, Realtors and the general public.