New Radon and Mold Certifications

ICA Launches New Courses in Radon and Mold Detection

ICA expands its home inspection training to provide stackable credentials to grow learners’ skills and careers WAUKESHA, WISC. (MAY 31, 2022) – ICA, developer of a popular suite of online courses for professional development, board examination, and occupational licensure in skilled trades and professions, announced the expansion of its continuing education programs for home inspectors,…

Army COOL Program

Inspection Certification Associates is part of the Army COOL Program

Inspection Certification Associates is proud to announce that beginning October 7, 2020, home inspection training through Inspection Certification Associates (ICA School) can now be fully covered by the Army Credentialing Assistance Program for eligible Army service members. Inspection Certification Associates is an excellent choice for training to become a home inspector. The Army COOL program…

Experts Weigh in on Solar Roofing Inspections

  Homeowners want their houses to be safe, comfortable and aesthetically pleasing. For many modern homeowners, though, being eco-friendly is just as important as creating a beautiful, cozy home. As solar roofing options become more popular, home inspectors must evolve with the green trend. Understanding the standards, installation process and maintenance concerns associated with solar…

Worth It: Certification Beyond Home Inspection Licensing Requirement

When it comes to buying a house, there are a million regulations to follow. Whether dictated by the lender extending the mortgage, the homeowner’s insurance company, or by the state, it seems there are countless hoops to jump through before closing. Of course, the requirements differ slightly for every home that is bought or sold…

Home Inspector Salary

  How Much Does a Home Inspector Make? Short answer—the average home inspector salary is somewhere between $30,000 and $90,000 per year. There are a lot of factors that play a role in home inspection salaries, so the best answer is “It depends.” A study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) found that…

All About Mold

All About Mold Molds are a naturally occurring and necessary part of our environment. Various types of outdoor molds break down dead organic matter, such as fallen leaves, dead plant life and dead or decaying trees. Some indoor molds, however, can be hazardous to humans and even pets. Steps should be taken to quickly remove…