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#9251 - 04/22/02 02:19 PM Electrical Inspector Certification
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Registered: 04/18/02
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Loc: Masontown, PA, USA
I've been trying to find out how to become a Certified Electrical Inspector in South-Western PA.

I've alredy contacted Experior and can only get the run around.

If there are any Inspectors, Please tell me how you did it.

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#9252 - 04/22/02 04:44 PM Re: Electrical Inspector Certification
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Loc: West-Southern Inner-Northeast ...
Would IAEI http://iaei.org/certification.htm be of any interest? I have an {NEC-based} ICBO inspector card--renewed by examination every three years--but I think that's only regionally recognized out west.



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#9253 - 04/22/02 06:36 PM Re: Electrical Inspector Certification
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BJarney,

Thanks for the info but they give the same phone number for experior that I called 4 times since January and still have gotten no info. I'm starting to think it's personal...

Any other avenues?

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#9254 - 04/22/02 06:39 PM Re: Electrical Inspector Certification
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I think in my area all you have to do is be a certified jerk with a bad case of hemoroids. Last week I scheduled an inspection and asked the inspector for a rough time so I could get him in the house, he told me he couldn't , but would try to get there at some time that day. Well he did make it, but unfortunately no one was home so he now wants a $50 re-inspect fee and wants me to be there(so he can make me lose a days work waiting)

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