BOULDER, Colo. (June 18, 2021) – The Northeast Training Institute (NETI) recently added a Cozy Coats for Kids® banner to its facility in Bloomsburg, Penn.

NETI offers in-person and online classes for home inspectors, and ICC and UCC residential and commercial code inspectors. NETI also features InterNACHI’s House of Horrors® III, a multi-story home built within their facility that provides hands-on training to home inspectors. The flagship House of Horrors® is inside InterNACHI’s headquarters in Boulder, Colo., and the House of Horrors® II is inside the PRO-LAB® facility in Westin, Fla.

Larry Frace, CMI®, is the owner of NETI/HOH3 and Larry Frace Inspection Services. He has been a longtime supporter of Cozy Coats for Kids® and has volunteered for the Annual Coat Delivery Program in recent years. “I want to encourage all residential and commercial inspectors that visit our facility to support Cozy Coats for Kids®. It does such a great job of bringing the inspection industry together to help each other’s local communities. It’s been amazing to see how many children the inspection industry has helped,” he says.

Cozy Coats for Kids® banner at NETI/HOH3

NETI/HOH3 also features banners of other industry sponsors of Cozy Coats for Kids®, including the Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA), the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (IAC2), Inspector Outlet, International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®), and the Master Inspector Certification Board (MICB).

View photos of the industry banners at the new House of Horrors® III located outside Philadelphia. NETI/HOH3 is scheduled to open its doors and host live classes beginning July 1, 2021. Read a list of their upcoming events at NETI/HOH3.


Cozy Coats for Kids® is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity organization supported by the inspection industry. It raises funds throughout the year to host its Annual Coat Delivery Program that provides free brand-new winter coats to kids in their favorite color and style.