MW Inspection Services
Home inspections serving Northern Kentucky and the Greater Cincinnati Area.
Providing you the information you need.
Radon Gas Testing
Detecting this dangerous gas.
Wood Destroying Insect Inspection
Locating damaging insects.
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True Peace of Mind
We want to provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision about the property you are buying or selling. We will inspect the property in a professional manner, and deliver a clear and concise home inspection report. That is our promise.
We won’t rush through your inspection, because we want to do a more thorough job than other companies will. This inspection is an important step in your life, and we respect that.
In Kentucky, we inspect in Boone, Campbell, Kenton, Grant, Gallatin, and Pendleton counties. In Ohio, we inspect in Hamilton, Butler, Warren, and Clermont counties. We can inspect in additional areas upon request.
Let us help you protect your investment
Delivering thorough home inspections in the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati Area.
Why do I need a home inspection?
A home purchase is one of the largest purchases you will ever make. One of the best ways to protect your investment, or prevent you from throwing your money down the drain, is to inspect the property first.
Should I have the home I'm selling inspected?
It’s not a bad idea to get in front of any potential issues that could pop up during a sale. If you know about property issues before you put the home on the market, you can have them taken care of up front, and not have it used as a bargaining tool against you.
Why get a termite inspection?
Termites cause $5 Billion in property damage every year. Several colonies can live together on one acre of land—meaning millions of termites could have access to your home at any time. The areas of a home that are most vulnerable to termite damage are slab foundations, areas where wood touches dirt and inaccessible crawlspaces…areas that you may not look at on a regular basis.
Do I need Radon testing?
According to the EPA, 1 out of every 15 U.S. homes has radon levels above the recommended guideline of 4 picoCuries per liter (pCi/L) and recommends that all homes should test for radon, regardless of geographic location. Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that’s undetectable by humans. It forms when uranium decays, and then it seeps out from rock formations and certain building materials. Prolonged radon exposure in these contaminated homes leads to a 50% increase in lung cancer risk.