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State of Connecticut Licensed Home Inspector - License # HOI243

In the State of Connecticut, no one shall perform home inspections unless licensed by the Department of Consumer Protection - Home Inspection Board. Jim Gallagher meets and exceeds all requirements of the State of Connecticut and practices inspections under State of Connecticut License #HOI243. Gallagher & Son, Inc. strictly adheres to the Connecticut Home Inspection Standards of Practice estabilished and regulated by the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection. Additionally, we take pride in ensuring our strict adherence to the State of Connecticut - Home Inspection Board Code of Ethics.



EPA - Environmental Protection Agency - Standards

The mission of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is to protect human health and the environment. Since 1970, EPA has been working for a cleaner, healthier environment for the American people. The EPA works to develop and enforce regulations that implement environmental laws enacted by Congress. The EPA is responsible for researching and setting national standards for a variety of environmental programs, and delegates to states and tribes the responsibility for issuing permits and for monitoring and enforcing compliance. For specific guidelines and more detailed information about Radon, see EPA Radon Information & Resources. For more information about Mold, see EPA Mold Information & Resources. For more information about Lead, see EPA Lead Information & Resources.



ASHI - American Society of Home Inspectors - Code of Ethics

The ASHI Code of Ethics details the core guidelines of home inspection professionalism and home inspection ethics. Covering crucial issues such as conflicts of interest, good faith and public perception, these home inspection ethics are central pillars of home inspection professionalism for the entire industry. For more information, see the complete ASHI Code of Ethics or visit
CAHI - Connecticut Association of Home Inspectors - Code of Ethics

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NAHI - National Associaton of Home Inspectors - Code of Ethics

The National Association of Home Inspectors, Inc. was established in 1987 as a nonprofit association to promote and develop the home inspection industry. The mission of the National Association of Home Inspectors is to promote excellence and professionalism in the Home Inspection industry; to provide a standards of practice and a NAHI Code of Ethics; to educate its members; and to inform the public of the benefits and scope of a professional home inspection. To learn more about NAHI, visit
Kiwanis Club of Fairfield, CT - Member

The Kiwanis Club of Fairfield was chartered in 1961 and has been committed to the youth of Fairfield ever since. Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. Our service projects most often focus on the needs of children including pediatric trauma, safety, child care, early development, infant health, nutrition, and parenting skills. Service projects also address other needs within our community, such as working to stop substance abuse, helping the elderly, promoting literacy, supporting youth sports and recreation. Kiwanis also plays a special role in developing future generations of leaders.

AmeriCares is an international organization whose passion to help is matched by an ability to deliver. Whether it's an epic disaster or a daily struggle, AmeriCares goes to extraordinary lengths to ensure that medicines, medical supplies and aid reaches individuals in need wherever they are, whenever they need it. In a quarter of a century, we have delivered more than $6 billion of aid to 137 countries.