NC Home Inspector Licensure Board Committee and Staff reviews of many contracts and home inspection reports in the process of complaint investigations and new licensee audits has revealed a number of common deficiencies. Below you will find another of the “Top 5” Home Inspection Contract & Report NCHILB Standards of Practice Compliance… Continue reading
The North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board’s purpose if to safeguard the public health, safety and welfare and protects the public from being harmed by unqualified persons by regulating the use of the title “Licensed Home Inspector” and by providing for the licensure and regulation of those who perform home inspections for… Continue reading
One of the most frequently asked questions I get is, “Building Contractor license or Residential Contractor license, which classification do I need?” Well, let’s start from the top; A Building Contractor classification covers all types of building construction activity, included but not limited to Commercial, Industrial, Institutional and all… Continue reading
As of June 2011, Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures 14th Edition is no longer on the PSI list of Reference Materials for the NC Building Contractor Exam. It has been replaced by the 15th Edition , known as Design and Control of Concrete Mitxures 2010, ISBN 0893122173. The bulk of… Continue reading
“I attended your seminar Monday. I took the test the following Monday and passed. I studied about 25 hours and felt very prepared. There were very few questions on the test that I wasn’t familiar with. Thanks for everything.” Sean R.
During the examination, you should press 1, 2, 3, or 4 to select your answer or press “MARK” to mark it for later review. You should then press “ENTER” to record your answer and move on to the next question. A sample question display follows:
IMPORTANT: After you have entered your responses, you will later be able… Continue reading
If you live in another state that has a PSI testing center, you do not have to travel to North Carolina to take the exam. When signing up at your local center be sure to let them know that you want the take the North Carolina exam and not the state you live in.