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Ryan Kuenkel (OPiS Ohio Property Inspection Services) Home Inspector



Ryan Kuenkel
location_on Cincinnati, OH — OPiS Ohio Property Inspection Services
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                                 Our "MISSION"

"It is our 'mission' to make this process EASY for you. We understand the stress that is involved in selling or buying a home. Let us give you the peace of mind that you need."  Ryan Kuenkel Certified Inspector

OPiS Ohio Property Inspection Services is located in Mason, Ohio serving the South West region of Ohio. Our inspectors are Certified with NACHI(National Association of Certified Home Inspectors) the largest inspection association in North America. (www.nachi.org).


Our Service Area

OPiS Ohio Property Inspection Services is Located in Mason, Ohio

Serving Butler, Warren, Clermont and Hamilton County Ohio.

Butler County Home Inspection

College Corner, Fairfield, Hamilton, Jacksonburg, Middletown, Millville, Monroe, New Miami, Oxford, Seven Mile, Sharonville, Somerville, Trenton, Fairfield, Hanover, Lemon, Liberty, Madison, Milford, Morgan, Oxford, Reily, Ross, Wayne, West Chester Beckett Ridge, Old West Chester, Ross, South Middletown, Wetherington, Bethany, Blue Ball, Collinsville, Heno, Mauds, McGonigle, Okeana, Overpeck, Poasttown, Port Union, Scipio, Sharndon, Woodsdale

Warren County Home Inspection

Blanchester, Butlerville, Carlisle, Corwin, Franklin, Harveysburg, Lebanon, Loveland, Maineville, Mason, Middletown, Monroe, Morrow, Pleasant Plain, Springboro, South Lebanon, Waynesville Clearcreek, Deerfield, Franklin, Hamilton, Harlan, Massie, Salem, Turtlecreek, Union, Washington, Wayne Beedles Station, Blue Ball, Cozaddale, Five Points, Fosters, Greentree Corner, Hagemans Crossing, Hammel, Hillcrest, Hopkinsville, Hunter, Kings Mills, Landen, Loveland Park, Red Lion, Ridgeville, Twenty Mile Stand

Hamilton County Home Inspection

Addyston, Amberley Village, Arlington Heights, Blue Ash, Cheviot, Cincinnati, Cleves, Deer Park, Elmwood Place, Evendale, Fairfax, Forest Park, Glendale, Golf Manor, Greenhills, Harrison, Indian Hill, Lincoln Heights, Lockland, Loveland, Madeira, Mariemont, Milford, Montgomery, Mount Healthy, Newtown, North Bend, North College Hill, Norwood, Reading, Sharonville, Silverton, Springdale, St. Bernard, Terrace Park, Woodlawn, Wyoming Anderson, Colerain, Columbia, Crosby, Delhi, Green, Harrison, Miami, Springfield, Sycamore, Symmes, Whitewater

Clermont County Home Inspection

Amelia, Batavia, Bethel, Goshen, Loveland, Milford





Our "mission".....to make this process EASY for you!

                                                             EASY Scheduling                                                              EASY Pricing Packages                                                              EASY Understandable Report                                                              EASY Report Delivery                                                              EASY Payment Options    

Simplistic Pricing

We now offer simplistic pricing packages. Starting with the BASIC, STANDARD and PREMIUM. These pricing packages are designed to best fit your needs.

Payment Options

We want this process to be easy and convenient for you. This is why we offer on-site credit card payment.

On-site Credit Card Payment.



Infrared Camera Inspection

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Energy Fact

According to the U.S.Department of Energy, the typical family spends close to $2,500 a year on their home's utility bills, and unfortunately, a large portion of that energy is wasted due to insufficient insulation and a lack of weather stripping around doors and windows. Professional home inspectors and energy auditors have been using leading-edge infrared technology to perform energy auditing of homes and buildings to improve energy efficiency, thus leading to savings on energy costs.


How Infrared Thermography Works

Thermography enables us to see and measure heat. All materials on earth emit heat energy, in the infrared portion of the spectrum. Unfortunately, the unaided human eye cannot see in the infrared. Thermographic, or simply thermal, images allow the user to see thermally, revealing anomalies that in turn identify problems in buildings and their component electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and waterproofing systems. Today's lightweight and rugged infrared cameras can not only see in real-time, but can also record infrared images and measure the temperatures of target objects quite accurately-to within 1/10 of a Fahrenheit degree or better. Points of possible concern show up clearly as hot or cold in relation to their surroundings. Recorded thermal images can be easily inserted into reports, and e-mailed, greatly facilitating communications among trades, attorneys, and other professionals and serving as invaluable, rational, evidentiary data in cases involving controvers.

About FLIR Systems

With over 30 years experience and more than 30,000 of its IR cameras in use, FLIR is the undisputed global leader in infrared systems. From industrial to military applications, thermography professionals have made FLIR their number one choice. No other company offers such a wide range of infrared cameras, software, service, training and support. FLIR's ThermaCAM series of thermal imaging cameras have long set the standard for thermographic testing and analysis. Today they are the most widely used non-contact temperature measurement infrared cameras in the world.




Licensing of home inspectors only sets a minimum standard.  Much like being up to code, any less would be illegal.  Imaginary people, children, psychics (who claim to "sense" if a house is OK) and even pets can be home inspectors.  Other home inspection associations have no entrance requirements and worse, encourage their candidates to go out and perform actual inspections for poor, unsuspecting consumers as the only way to achieve full membership.  NACHI finds this practice unconscionable. That is why NACHI front-ends its membership requirements.  We turn down more than 1/2 the inspectors who want to join because they can't pass our exam or fulfill our membership requirements.    NACHI inspectors:

Have to pass NACHI's  Online Inspector Examination  every year with a score of 80 or better.  (This general, not association-specific exam is open and free to all). Have to complete NACHI's online Ethics Obstacle Course. (This open book Ethics course is open and free to all). Have to take NACHI's online Standards of Practice Quiz (This open book Standards of Practice quiz is open and free to all). Have to sign and submit an Affidavit. Have to adhere to NACHI's Standards of Practice. Have to abide by NACHI's Code of Ethics. Have to continue learning (24 hours/year) as per NACHI's Continuing Education Policy. Have to maintain a member Online Continuing Education Log (free) as per NACHI's Continuing Education Policy. Have to (if never performed a home inspection for a fee) submit 4 mock inspections to NACHI's Report Review Committee (free) before performing their first home inspection for a client. Have to (within 10 days after joining) login to NACHIs educational message board. Have to (within 30 days after joining) complete NACHI's comprehensive online Standards of Practice course (free).  Have to (within 45 days after joining) complete NACHI's comprehensive online Electrical course (free) including all the quizzes within and pass its final exam.   Have to (within 60 days after joining) complete NACHI's comprehensive online Roofing course (free) including all the quizzes within and pass its final exam. Have to (within first 3 months of membership) apply for a membership photo I.D. (free). Have to re-take and pass NACHI's Online Inspector Examination again, every year (free). Have to attend at least one chapter meetings or educational seminars every two years (reasonable exceptions apply). Have access to Inspector's Quarterly, delivered to their doorstep. Have access to NACHI's free visual aid inspection frames to help them learn. Have access to NACHI's free library for improving their inspection skills. Have access to NACHI's message board for exchanging information and tips. Have access to NACHI's What's New section so they can keep up with the industry. Have access to NACHI's specific-topic advisory boards. Have access to Dear NACHI for detailed advice. Have access to a time-tested Agreement which keeps them (and you) away from lawsuits. Have access to NACHI's Report Review/Mentoring service. Have to submit passport photos for their membership I.D. Have access to NACHI's free online inspection courses. Have to have mock inspections reviewed before performing their first fee paid inspection. Have to carry E&O insurance (if their state requires it). Have access to a real estate agent hold harmless clause. Have access to NACHI University. Have access to The NACHI Mall. Have a consumer hot-line for their clients. Have access to an Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Service. Have access to a Client Satisfaction Survey. And coming in 2007:  Have to complete NACHI's Occupant Hazard Recognition Primer.

So the next time you need to refer your clients to home inspectors, make sure they are members of NACHI and never use a candidate or associate of any association.  NACHI, America's elite home inspection association.


"OPiS Ohio Property Inspection Services is Certified Home Inspection firm where it is our mission to provide you a one stop shop for all of you inspection needs." says Ryan Kuenkel - Mason Office.