Richland Home Inspection LLC

Richland Home Inspection LLC

5.0(3 reviews)


RHI is a veteran owned and operated company with over 30 years of residential and commercial construction experience. We are a top rated firm in North Central Ohio. We are Certified, Licensed, and Insured. We are members of NACHI, IAC2, and scored a 98 on the national home inspector exam, best in class. We inspect to standard not time, meaning we routinely give our clients and extra 1-2 hours on site to ensure a level of service that can't be matched. We also give the best price, and value in the region. We inspect every house like we are buying it.

I have always loved houses and problem solving. Every house tells a story, I enjoy figuring out what it is.


1 employee
Serves Mansfield, OH


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Jarrod F.

Very thorough with the inspection and helpful explaining what needed to be done to fix what needed to be.
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November 15, 2017

Chris F.

The inspector was very professional, thorough, knowledgeable, and the cost was very reasonable. I would highly recommend Richland Home Inspection LLC!
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November 13, 2017

Mary G.

Steve from RHI did a home inspection for me a few months back. He was very professional and thorough. I highly recommend him.
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November 12, 2017

Frequently asked questions

Usually over the phone, answering questions, and booking inspections.

HomeSpection Training Institute Certified in 80 hour hands on course approved by the VA. Top scorer on National Exam (98).

NACHI Training (50 hours) and Certification as a Professional Inspector.

Over 25 years in residential building, investing, and remodeling.

Over 11 years in commercial facility management, renewal and remodeling construction.

B.S. in Business from Franklin University

General Home Inspection is usually $250

Radon is $75 with GHI, $100 stand alone

Wood Destroying Insect (WDI/Termite) is $75 

Complete Mold Inspections start at $350, Targeted Mold sampling starts at $100

My father was an investor and I grew up in the business.

I got into commercial construction through the Army.

Home buyers

Home Sellers

Home Owners

Home Investors

I recently complete a complete mold inspection and helped a family determine what was making them ill.

The big three are experience, training, and how long do you spend on site.

I would look for someone who has actually built a house and worked in every system. I would also make sure they have at least 20 inspections under their belt.

The training needs to be hands on, and they should be able to pass the national exam.

The last but not least is time on site. Most inspectors will state 2-3 hours but will get out as fast as possible to get to the next job. I recommend 3-4 hours, and as long as it takes. I spent 5 hours in an old house that required a WDI. 

The customer needs to know the size and some inspectors will ask about age, and upcharge old houses. We don't.

The customer should know if they need radon and termite, and if mold is suspected inquire about pricing. 

The last thing needed will be to know if the clent will be present. We like clients present but its better they give the inspector space so as not to miss anything. I like to do my inspections in phases and meet with the client to discuss each.

Services offered

Well Water Inspection
Roof Inspection
Home Inspection