Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) December 02, 2016 -- The Master Inspector Certification Board (MICB) has just been awarded the Federal Certification Mark for "Certified Master Inspector" by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and has now been placed on the Principal Register. Certified Master Inspector® is the property inspection industry’s highest professional designation.
MICB Executive Director Nick Gromicko has been working on this goal for the past 13 years and is excited at the outcome. He says, “We’re extremely proud of this accomplishment because it signifies that even the federal government recognizes that the title Certified Master Inspector® means that the consumer is hiring the very best inspector in the industry.”
The CMI professional designation is available to all qualifying inspectors in North America who wish to become Board-Certified by the Master Inspector Certification Board. CMI candidates undergo a rigorous vetting process to ensure that they have the verifiable practical experience of more than 1,000 fee-paid property inspections (or relevant training and education combined), and are well established as a professional business. These standards far surpass that of the average property inspector. According to the CMI website, “All CMIs are experienced, dedicated to education, and have a proven record in the inspection industry.”
Gromicko says, “Achieving this milestone of the federally trademarked designation Certified Master Inspector® being placed on the Principal Register is as important for the home-buying consumer as it is for the hard-working CMI. When a home buyer hires a CMI, they can put their complete trust in their inspector to do the best job for them because they’ve hired the best.”
For more information, visit the Certified Master Inspector® website at http://www.certifiedmasterinspector.org
April Ware, InterNACHI, +1 (970) 764-0706, [email protected]