David Foley was the first and the longest registered home inspector in Newfoundland and Labrador. With over forty three years in the construction industry and thirty four years as an inspector.
- Completed a two year Architectural Drafting and Design Course.
- Employed as a Certified Inspector for eighteen years, doing inspections on Hospitals, Schools, Arts and Culture Centres, Constabulary Buildings, Houses and Apartment Buildings with the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
- Employed for twelve years doing Architectural Design Drawings with Architectural offices.
- Has Extensive Knowledge and Use of the National Building Code as it relates to Residential and Commercial Property Inspections. He has done hundreds of National Building Code and Canadian Electrical Code Reviews on buildings and houses......... and you definitely need someone who is knowledgeable with these codes.
- Wood Energy Technical Training (WETT) Certified since 2001.
- A Certified Technician with the Association of Engineering Technicians and Technologists.
- A member of the Independent Home Inspectors of North America, an organization that promotes the concept of Home Inspectors working independently of REAL ESTATE AGENTS and seeking to eliminate the control Real Estate Agents have over Home Inspectors.
- A Certified Inspector the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and Registered Home Inspector with the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAPHI) - Atlantic, with National Certification.
- Completed certificate course Part Three of the National Building Code, April 2003
- Completed a Residential Electrical Inspection course at George Brown College, September 2001
- Completed a Residential Heating Inspection course at George Brown College, September 2002
- Completed a certificate course for Plumbing Inspection, June 2002
- Completed an Asbestos Control Course for buildings and Industry at Memorial University
- Completed an Air Leakage Control Certificate Course in 1990
- My reports were "certified and approved" by the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors. I had my reports reviewed and approved to meet the stringent requirements for doing very thorough home inspection reports. For your protection you want someone who has a proven track record for doing quality approved reports.