Kansas Home Inspector License Information
Home Inspector Licensing Requirements for Kansas expired July 1, 2013
In the past, home inspectors in Kansas were required to become licensed to do home inspections and were required to take classroom training (our classroom course was approved at that time). The legislation that authorized regulation of Kansas Home Inspectors has expired as of July 1, 2013 and was not extended.
PHII's certification course meets all Kansas requirements for home inspectors including Kansas regulations for trade practices and consumer protection. There is not currently a state test in Kansas, therefore, after graduation from our course, you can start inspecting right away!
Many Realtors, Lenders, home buyers, and home owners want to make sure a home inspector has been properly trained and certified. PHII will give you a nationally recognized home inspector certification and the credentials you need to become a successful home inspector in Kansas. Becoming certified now may also make you eligible to be "grandfathered in" when new licensing laws or stricter regulations take effect. Course Approval
The Professional Home Inspection Institute course was approved for the Kansas home inspector licensing requirements before the law changed in 2013. At that time, PHII was training home inspectors through the classroom courses offered at Pitt State. Now, there are no licensing requirements and you can take the course entirely online to become certified and be ready to start working as a home inspector in Kansas!