Bruce Low Completes WAHI Training Seminars

Bruce Low, owner/inspector of Bottom Line Home Inspection of Luxemburg, attended the spring training seminar of the Wisconsin Association of Home Inspectors (WAHI) on March 9 and 10 in Stevens Point. He successfully completed course studies in “Building Durability Issues with Masonry Cladding,” “Attic Ventilation,” “Drone Regulation and Use,” “WAHI News: Arbitration,”and “Defect.”

Low is also a member of the WAHI Peer Review and Education House Committee, and the WAHI Public Relations Committee. He met and spoke with Laura Gutierrez, Secretary of the State of Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services. Gutierrez participated in a portion of the Friday program and gave a “Madison update” at the beginning of the Saturday training session.

To maintain their license, the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (WI DSPS) requires home inspectors acquire 40 Continuing Education Credit (CEC) hours each two-year licensing period. Low received 15 CEC hours for completing this training seminar. He averages more than 50 CEC hours annually.

Bottom Line Home Inspection serves home and commercial building buyers and sellers in much of Northeast Wisconsin, including Brown, Calumet, Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Oconto, Outagamie and Shawano counties. Inspector Low can be reached at 920.255.2197 or

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