The National Academy of Building Inspection Engineers, or NABIE, is the only home and building inspection agency that endorses home inspectors that is a chartered affinity group of the National Society of Professional Engineers, or the NSPE. NABIE-certified engineers can give their clients high-quality services that are compliant with the latest best practices according to industry standards.
To become a NABIE-certified building inspector, engineers need to have at least eight years of building inspection engineering experience deemed acceptable to the Board of Governors. They should also hold a bachelor’s degree in engineering from an accredited university, and pass a written examination from a state board of registration.
Trustworthy NJ structural engineer certified by NABIE are updated with the industry’s best practices, follow the industry’s standards, adhere to strict code of ethics, and are committed to their profession. When looking for a building inspection engineer in NJ, it is ideal to hire someone that is NABIE-certified as opposed to non-certified inspectors because of the advantages mentioned above.
Hiring a non-certified building inspector is a risk since there’s no certainty that they can comply with industry standards and adequately inspect a property. For more information, see this infographic by Lockatong Engineering.