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Water intrusion specialist Los Angeles

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Moisture intrusion specialist Los Angeles Marc Mazza of Mazza Inspection Company is a Water intrusion specialist. As a specialist, he focuses his energy into discovering the origin of those hard to find leaks within a building. He uses a series of specialized equipment, most of which is state of the art and as one of the only Level III infrared thermographyers in los Angeles, …

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Placement of Carbon Monoxide Detectors

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 X2015 NFPA® 720 Standard for the Installation of Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detection and Warning Equipment If you are interested in Carbon monoxide regulation than this article is just for you. There is a lot of misconception within the real estate industry as to where CO alarms get mounted and how many are needed in a house. So sit back and relax, I hope this …

Certified Home Inspector Santa Clarita

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Certified home Inspector Santa Clarita I see you are searching for a certified home inspector in Santa Clarita, but did you know that there are no minimum requirements to work as a home inspector in California?  That’s right, In the state of California, all the quantifiable experience necessary to work as a home inspector is… well none, zero, notta. Hmmm, …

Shopping for an inspector

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Shopping for an inspector? Read this first! On the surface most all inspectors appear to be the same. But dig just a little deeper and you will find that this is not the case at all. There are absolutely ZERO standards in California to work as an inspector so really, anyone can do this job. In order to best protect …

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Foundation Elevation Code

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MIG Checks for Proper Site Elevation When looking for the perfect home, you are probably not checking out the foundation to make sure it is at the proper elevation in regard to its position from the street. If not built at the proper elevation, with  the introduction of excess water the results can be disastrous. Water is the biggest enemy of …

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Smoke Detectors Near Registers

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MIG is Concerned with Your Safety We care about your safety and the safety of your loved ones. Mazza Inspection Group is code centric. There are reasons that most codes exist and that is to keep the occupants safe within the building. Every inspector knows the required locations (bedrooms and hallways) that smoke detectors should be installed but will they let …

Building Code Centric

MIG is Building Code Centric

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To Know Code or not to Know Code… MIG is building code centric and we will explain why we follow these standards as close as we possibly can. Since we are familiar and experienced with construction, we know that every legal structure is built to a standard and requires permits from the authority having jurisdiction. These standards are in place …

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Water Heater Installation Requires Permits

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MIG Knows About New Water Heater Installations Mazza Inspection Group is a code centric inspection company and we pay special attention to the code requirements for the installation of hot water heaters and also the tankless types. Unfortunately, all appliances have a limited lifespan and sooner or later will need to be replaced. Water heaters have a life of approximately 12 years …