CHI

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CHIComputer-Human Interaction
CHIChile
CHIColorado Health Institute (Denver, CO)
CHIChildren's Health Initiative
CHICommunity Health Insurance
CHIChicago, Illinois, USA (Airport Code)
CHIChildren's Hope International
CHICentre for Health Informatics (UK)
CHICeramic Hair Iron
CHICambridge Healthtech Institute
CHIConsumer Health Information
CHIChimaltenango (Guatemala territorial division)
CHICongenital Heart Institute (various locations)
CHICommission for Health Improvement (UK government organization)
CHIClosed Head Injury
CHICalifornia Healthcare Institute
CHIConsolidated Health Informatics
CHICultural Homestay International
CHICriminal History Information (background check)
CHICache Interface
CHICompiled Help Interface
CHICentre Hospitalier Intercommunal (French: general hospital for several towns)
CHICenter for HIV Information
CHIComputer-Human Interface
CHIConcordia Historical Institute
CHICorinthia Hotels International (est. 1962)
CHIChildren's Hospice International (since 1983; Alexandria, Virginia)
CHIConsumer Health Informatics
CHICertified Home Inspector
CHIConsumer Health Interactive
CHICanada Health Infoway (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
CHIChild Health Institute
CHIChristian History Institute
CHICreating Hope International (Michigan)
CHIComplementary Health Institute (California)
CHICopenhagen Interpretation (Bohr's attempt at Unifiying Quantum Theory)
CHICultural Health Initiative (American Heart Association)
CHICalamos Convertible and High Income
CHIComprehensive Home Inspections (various locations)
CHICarvill Hurricane Index (meteorology)
CHICongenital Hyperinsulinism
CHICenter for Humanistic Inquiry
CHICoaxial Helicity Injection
CHIChildren of High Intelligence
CHIChildren's House International
CHICosmetic and Household Ingredients
CHIComprehensive Holiday Insurance (Australia)
CHIChurch Handbook of Instructions (Mormon Church)
CHIComputational Hydraulics International
CHICreatinine Height Index
CHIColumbia Helicopters Inc (Aurora, OR)
CHIChildren in Hospital Ireland (charity; Dublin, Ireland)
CHICorridor Housing Initiative (Minnesota)
CHICenter for Human Identification (University of North Texas)
CHIConsortium for Health Information
CHICollaborative Human Interpreter
CHICertified Healthcare Instructor
CHICommunity Housing, Incorporated
CHIConstantijn Huygens Institut
CHIChamplin Oil and Refining Company
CHICall Handler Infrastructure
CHICoastal, Harbor, and Inland Waterways
CHIClaim History Inquiry (insurance)
CHICornwall Hemp Initiative
CHIChinese Language/Langue Chinois
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Oregon regulations authorize certified home inspectors to "observe readily visible and accessible installed systems and components" that make up a house, including foundation, floors, walls, columns, ceilings and roofs and describe these features in their reports.
Certified home inspectors can be found throughout the U.
An ASHI certified home inspector can often spot potential problems before the damage happens.
Richardson added, "It also helps consumers make informed buying decisions and gives them peace of mind when they choose to hire an ASHI Certified Home Inspector.
is licensed and insured in Arkansas and a member of the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors and other professional organizations.
individuals who have developed a basic expertise in a specific environmental hazard in the home and are interested in expanding their capabilities and services); public health nurses seeking to document their expertise in healthy homes; health department and housing agency staff seeking to document their expertise in healthy homes or to better position their agencies to receive HUD Healthy Homes grants; licensed pest management professionals seeking to expand their services--(the use of integrated pest management techniques essentially relies on a knowledge base similar to that of a Healthy Homes Specialist); and certified home inspectors seeking to expand their business by adding healthy homes to their standard services.
Most home inspectors support industry regulation, but there's no consensus on standards in part because most inspectors are licensed by one of two rival national organizations: the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors or the American Society of Home Inspectors.
CallWave's features would be ideal for anyone who has to spend a great deal of their day in the field managing multiple tasks," said Nick Gromicko, founder of the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors.
More than 100 Inspectech Certified Home Inspectors are serving the residential real estate markets in California, Washington state, Idaho, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico.
Inspectech's proprietary System 2000(TM) inspection system enables its Certified Home Inspectors to deliver promptly following an inspection a 15- to 20-page narrative report of uniformly high quality on the "health" of the inspected house.
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