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New Board Member Appointed in Washington State


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Olympia, WA - Monday, August 23, 2010

The Washington State Department of Licensing Real Estate Division today announced the appointment by Gov. Christine Gregoire of Paul Duffau, proprietor of Deffau Enterprises Inc., Asotin, WA, to the Washington State Home Inspectors Licensing Advisory Board.

"We are very pleased Mr. Deffau has accepted this appointment as the member from eastern Washington; and we are looking forward to his first appearance as a member of the board at the next quarterly full board meeting on September 14th," said Rhonda Myers, the Department of Licensing Home Inspector Program Manager.

The Washington State Home Inspector Licensing Advisory board consists of seven professional home inspectors appointed by the governor who advise the Director, Department of Licensing concerning the administration of the home inspector licensing law. Of the appointments to the board, six must be actively engaged in the practice of home inspections immediately prior to appointment to the board and one must be currently teaching in a home inspector education program. Insofar a possible, the board must be composed of members that generally represent the geographic distribution of home inspectors in Washington State; and no more than two members of the board may be members of a particular national home inspector association or organization. Deffau has been appointed as the representative from eastern Washington State.

Deffau owns and operates the National Property Inspections franchise for southeastern Washington and north central Idaho and has been a home inspector since 2004. According to Duffau's profile on the NPI website, Duffau has extensive training in a wide variety of fields and is a Certified Special Inspector with the International Code council, an Energy Rater with the State of Idaho, a Structural Pest Inspector for the State of Washington and an Infrared Thermographer.

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