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House To Home Inspections

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Areas Covered
Cincinnati Ohio, Fairfield, Hamilton, West Chester, Loveland and Milford Ohio.

Contact Details for House To Home Inspections

Company Name: House To Home Inspections
Address: 3491 State Route 131
City: Cincinnati
Province: Ohio
Phone: Phone number (513) 255-0298
Fax: Fax number (513) 875-2527
Toll Free:    (866) 776-2366
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Description of Services

House To Home Inspections LLC is a Cincinnati-Dayton Ohio Certified Inspection Company providing thorough building inspectors for all of southwest Ohio.

Additional home inspection services include: Mold testing, Radon monitoring, termite inspections, septic system testing & private well inspection services.

House to Home Inspections also completes home inspections in Amelia, Anderson, Batavia, Beavercreek, Beckett Ridge, Bellbrook, Blanchester, Blue Ash, Bridgetown, Carlisle, Centerville, Cheviot, Clayton, Clifton, Colerain, Covedale, Dayton, Deer Park, Deerfield Township, Dent, Dry Run, Eaton, Eden Park, Englewood, Evendale, Fairborn, Fairfield, Finneytown, Forest Park, Forestville, Franklin, Greenhills, Groesbeck, Hamilton, Harrison, Hillsboro, Huber Heights, Hyde Park, Kenwood, Kettering, Landen, Lebanon, Liberty Township, Loveland Madeira, Madisonville, Maineville, Mariemont, Mason, Miamisburg, Miamitown, Middletown, Milford, Millville, Monroe, Montgomery, Moraine, Mount Healthy, Newtown, West Chester, North Bend, North College Hill, Northgate, Northbrook, Norwood, Oakley, Oakwood, Oxford, Powell, Reading, Roselawn, Sharonville, Springboro, Springdale, Sycamore Township, Terrace Park, Trenton, Trotwood, Vandalia, Washington, Waverly, West Carrollton, Westwood, White Oak, Wilmington, Woodbourne, Woodlawn and Wyoming Ohio.

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