Our Chapter Members
The following group of inspectors are ASHI Certified Inspectors and Full Members in good standing of The American Society Of Home Inspectors. Inspectors in this category have:
- Passed the National Home Inspector Examination and ASHI's Standards and Ethics module.
- Had inspection reports successfully verified for compliance with ASHI's Standards of Practice.
- Submitted valid proof of performance of at least 250 fee-paid home inspections that meet or exceed the ASHI Standards of Practice.
Additional information can be found on ASHI's home page
David Clark, ASHI Certified Inspector
Buffalo Home Inspection Services, Inc
25 Palmer Avenue
Kenmore, NY 14217
Doug Manzella, ASHI Certified Inspector
HomePro of WNY Douglas P Manzella, Inc
139 Amberwood Drive
Amherst, NY 14228
Richard F Pezzino, ASHI Certified Inspector
Accu-View Property Inspections Inc
PO Box 641
East Amherst, NY 14051
Dan Schaedler , ASHI Certified Inspector
Professional Opinion Home Inspection
70 Summerdale Drive
East Aurora , NY 14052
Utnik, ASHI Certified Inspector
State Inspections, Inc
Amherst, NY 14051
The following inspectors are ASHI Associate Members. Everyone
enters ASHI as an ASHI
Associate. ASHI Associates can become ASHI
Certified Inspectors after passing the ASHI exam
series, performing 250 fee paid inspections to the ASHI
Standards of Practice, and having samples of their reports
verified by the Society. ASHI
Associates with Logo Use have completed at least
50 inspections, passed the exams and have had their reports
verified. Associates have not yet met the requirements
for top level status, however:
Associates may be highly experienced inspectors who have recently joined ASHI, or they may be novice inspectors who have completed training or otherwise entered the profession. Most Associates are currently working their way toward ASHI Certified Inspector status.
Follow this link to see a list of WNYASHI Chapter Associates Members. Chapter Associate Members have not yet joined ASHI National, but are allowed to attend chapter meetings and seminars for a set period of time, after which they must become members of ASHI National.
Please note: Effective December 31, 2005 home inspectors in New York State must hold a license issued by the Department of State. Consumers are advised to check for valid licenses when choosing a home inspector.