Not Your Standard Stevenson Ranch Home Inspections
Most jobs related to real estate require some serious credentials. Engineers, architects, general contractors, electricians, plumbers, and even real estate agents all require licenses. Pretty much everyone must get a license…except home inspectors. Home inspectors don’t need licenses or any kind of useful experience. All they need is one class. That means you standard home inspection isn’t going to be very professional. Mazza Inspections doesn’t offer your standard home inspection.
We’re Fans of Licenses
At Mazza, we’re fans of professional licenses and certifications that require more than a class fee. That’s why we through the trouble to secure a general contractor’s license, a pool repair contractor’s license, F.I.R.E. certification for chimney repair, and Level 3 Thermography certification. That lets us do Stevenson Ranch home inspections that rise over the sea of standard inspections.
- General contractor
- Level 3 Thermographers
- Pool repair contractors
It’s About the Customer
You take on a lot of risk when you buy a house. If it’s a wreck beneath the surface, you’ll end up sinking a lot more money into it. That or you’ll offload it as fast as you can and probably at a loss. Moreover, we believe home inspections should protect you from those situations. As a matter of fact, you should never find out about serious problems after you move in. Furthermore, with our inspections, you never will.
We Charge More, But It’s Worth It
In contrast to other Stevenson Ranch Home Inspectors, we don’t punch a clock or mindlessly go down a checklist. First of all, we approach home inspections like a forensics team. We use state-of-the-art equipment and take the time each job requires. You’ll know you got something different when you see our comprehensive report.
Stay Away from Realtor Recommended Inspectors
Despite what you may think, a realtor getting their cut of a sale depends on the home inspection not making you say, “Forget that place.” Since they need the inspection to go well, they’ll refer you to an inspector who’ll make problems sound less serious.