Certifications and Qualifications
- All Pillar To Post home inspectors for Utah, Sanpete, Juab, Carbon, Emery, Sevier, and Millard counties are certified for:
- Residential Home Inspections
- Light Commercial Inspections
- ERMI Mold Sampling
- Infrared/Thermal Imaging
- Lead Screening
- Certifications also include:
- Wood Destroying Organisms (Termites)
- Security Systems
- Roof Systems
- Foundation Elevation Inspections
- State certified Continuing Education Instructors:
- Over 30 certified Realtor Continuing Education classes registered with the state
- Course Topics include Radon, Mold, Lead, Air Quality, New Home Technologies, Marijuana Grow Houses, etc.
- Over 500 REALTORS attended our classes and received Continuing Education credit in 2014
- Over 80 years of combined experience in the construction and residential inspection industries
- Inspectors are fluent in Spanish (Jared & Marc)
All Pillar To Post Home Inspectors undergo rigorous training at our corporate training facility and on-site in homes. Only when they have successfully completed training are individuals qualified as Pillar To Post Certified home inspectors. Once certified, Pillar To Post inspectors are also required to continually upgrade their skills to keep current with new technologies and professional standards.
In Utah there is no licensing or regulation of Home Inspectors. By choosing a company like Pillar To Post, you can feel confident in hiring a member of the largest home inspection company in North America. The inspection you receive will be done in accordance with standards set by ASHI, the nation’s oldest inspection organization. Pillar To Post has been in Utah for over 18 years and in Utah County for more than 11 years. Choosing Pillar To Post will provide you with peace of mind in the home you are buying as well as the company performing the inspection.
In addition, all Pillar To Post home inspectors must carry Errors and Omissions (E&O) insurance. We carry E&O insurance to protect our customers, in the same way a doctor carries malpractice insurance to protect the patient. E&O insurance is not required in Utah and because of the cost, very few inspectors carry this insurance. Most Utah inspectors will carry liability insurance, but this type of insurance only protects the home from accidental damage and protects the inspector’s equipment.