OAHI member home inspectors must carry E & O insurance
Published on October 12, 2017
When choosing a home inspector how do you know if they are insured. All practicing members of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI), which was established in 1994, must carry E & O and general liability insurance.
The requirement, established at OAHI’s AGM earlier this year has been enforced as home inspectors renew their membership in the Association, the largest for home inspectors in Ontario.
“The mandatory insurance requirement is another policy by OAHI that demonstrates our commitment to a high level of professionalism,” said Murray Parish, RHI and president of OAHI.
When homebuyers choose an OAHI member they can be rest assured they are choosing a home inspector who is highly educated, professional, accountable and insured.
About the OAHI
Through education and advocacy the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors cultivates a thriving home inspection industry based on the highest standards of professional development and ethical standards. In doing so, OAHI cultivates the ‘gold standard’ for home inspectors among consumers and the government. OAHI is the only provincially recognized body of home inspectors by The Ontario Association of Home Inspectors Act, 1994. OAHI is a not-for-profit association.
Murray Parish, RHI
Ontario Association of Home Inspectors