division of NSHI, 16192 Coastal Highway, Lewes, DE 19958 PROFESSIONALISM & TRUST
OF MOLD REMEDIATORS AND INSPECTORS
The National Association of Mold Remediators and Inspectors (NAMRI), was established in response to the need for
national guidelines for mold professionals in North America. As construction techniques have changed, mold has
become a growing concern in homes and businesses; however, mold identification falls outside the scope of a typical
home inspection. With no federal guidelines for mold safety, private organizations have taken the initiative in
establishing best practices for dealing with mold-related issues within buildings.
In 2005, the National Association of Mold Remediators and Inspectors (NAMRI) was established through efforts by
the National Society of Home Inspectors (NSHI), a non-profit corporation, to develop standards of practice for
mold professionals and to promote professionalism among the experienced and developing individuals who engage in
the profession each year. With a rapidly growing membership in the United States and Canada, NAMRI has become an
important voice in the mold assessment and mold remediation industries.
NAMRI is a non-profit membership organization that operates independently of training providers and does not endorse
any third-party program.
NAMRI's mission is as follows:
1. To advocate high Standards of Practice.
2. To enforce a sensible Code of Ethics that protects consumers while allowing the professional to disclose conflicts
3. To promote educational opportunities for mold professionals.
4. To provide professional development and networking opportunities for its members.
5. To provide the above services at a reasonable price.
Association of Mold Remediators and Inspectors (NAMRI)