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     Your Manufactured Home Inspection (built after 1976) will be performed in compliance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD Code), or a State of California Department of Housing and Community Development certification. Regarding pre-1976 Mobile Homes and LoansMost lenders will not offer mobile home loans on pre-1976 mobile homes. 
        In order to be eligible for a mobile home loan, the home must comply with the safety standards of the Federal National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974.
 Home Inspector Don Stauffer 
 Trained, Tested and Certified 
Allied Schools Home Inspections 

Certificate available upon request
Manufactured Home/Mobile Home Inspector
Don Stauffer
 Certified Home Inspector
Don: This is an awesome report! Thank you so very much. It was such an honor walking through the property with you, I learned so much and I really appreciate your thorough and professional services.
I've referred to friends of mine too!  

Don: It was great meeting you. Thank you very much for ALL your hard work in putting this home inspection report together for my client. 
  I look forward to any future work together.
​​​​--Top selling Realto​​r ​​-​​ Rancho Cuc​amonga, Ca. 

--Theresa P. - IRS Auditor. Home buyer, Rialto, Ca.
I chose Don Stauffer based on his knowledge, expertise and exceptional reports. Being a first time home buyer has been very stressful.  I would definitely refer Don to anyone in need of a home inspector.

Don: My wife and I wanted to really thank you for such a wonderful inspection you did. I appreciated your courtesy and friendly attitude, and above all your knowledge.
We thank you for all your help and the amazing service, knowledge, and skills you came to us with, now we can enjoy our home in peace of mind!!!
--Sincerely,  Moe and Mayra - Home Buyers, San Bernardino, Ca.

Don: Thank you for your services. We have received, reviewed and saved the report to our computer. 
    We are very impressed with the detail and content of the report. Thanks!
--Vincent and Angela - Home Buyers, San Bernardino, Ca.

Don: Thank you for your timely report. If I have any questions, I will email you. It seems very thorough!
--S. Richards, Mobile Home Buyer, Highland. Ca.

Hi Don: Thank you very much for the home report is gives us great peace of mind. Have a great day.
--Fred. D.   Newly constructed million-dollar home buyer, San Antonio Heights, Ca. 

Don: Thank you sir for your help in the inspection of our home. I will be sure to keep your contact number for future help.
--Respectfully, P. M., Pomona College  - Home buyer, Fontana, Ca.

Hello Don: I reviewed your report. Very thorough and highly professional. I would not hesitate to recommend you in the future.
--Best regards, LAW OFFICE of W.R.H., Upland, Ca.

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Inspection Fees:
Mobile/Manufac. Home Inspections

Inspection fees:

Single and Double wides  $195 
Triple-wide $225

(909) 560-4159
Text me at the same number.

Single Family homes:
Up to 1500 square feet - $220
 Over 1500 s. f. - $240
         Over 2000 s. f. - $260        
  Over 2500 s. f. - $280
          Over 3000 - 10 cents per s. f.

Condos/townhouses  $195 

Inspection fee is due at time of inspection.
Cash, check or money order.
  Pool/spas: an additional $50
Guest house (same property) $125
​Travel fee - over 50 miles from home office: $25

Mobile Home Inspections and Fees​
Inspections are conducted in compliance with California 
San Bernardino County - Riverside County
SECTION 7195-7199 Home Inspector

7195. For purposes of this chapter, the following definitions apply:
  (a) (1) "Home inspection" is a noninvasive, physical examination, performed for a fee in connection with a transfer, as defined in subdivision (e), of real property, of the mechanical, electrical, or plumbing systems or the structural and essential components of a residential dwelling of one to four units designed to identify material defects in those systems, structures and components. "Home inspection" includes any consultation regarding the property that is represented to be a home inspection or any confusingly similar term.
  (2) "Home inspection," if requested by the client, may include an
inspection of energy efficiency. Energy efficiency items to be inspected may include the following:
  (A) A noninvasive inspection of insulation R-values in attics, roofs, walls, floors, and ducts.
  (B) The number of window glass panes and frame types.
  (C) The heating and cooling equipment and water heating systems.
  (D) The age and fuel type of major appliances.
  (E) The exhaust and cooling fans.
  (F) The type of thermostat and other systems.
  (G) The general integrity and potential leakage areas of walls, window areas, doors, and duct systems.
  (H) The solar control efficiency of existing windows.
  (b) A "material defect" is a condition that significantly affects the value, desirability, habitability, or safety of the dwelling.
Style or aesthetics shall not be considered in determining whether a system, structure, or component is defective.
  (c) A "home inspection report" is a written report prepared for a fee and issued after a home inspection. The report clearly describes and identifies the inspected systems, structures, or components of the dwelling, any material defects identified, and any recommendations regarding the conditions observed or recommendations for evaluation by appropriate persons.
  (d) A "home inspector" is any individual who performs a home inspection.
  (e) "Transfer" is a transfer by sale, exchange, installment land sales contract, as defined in Section 2985 of the Civil Code, lease with an option to purchase, any other option to purchase, or ground coupled with improvements, of real property or residential    stock cooperative, improved with or consisting of not less than one nor more than four dwelling units.

7196. It is the duty of a home inspector who is not licensed as a general contractor, structural pest control operator, or architect, or registered as a professional engineer to conduct a home inspection with the degree of care that a reasonably prudent home inspector would exercise.

7196.1. (a) Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to allow home inspectors who are not registered engineers to perform any analysis of the systems, components, or structural integrity of a dwelling that would constitute the practice of civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering, or to exempt a home inspector from Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 5500), Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 6700), Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 7000), or Chapter 14 (commencing with Section 8500) of Division 3.
  (b) This chapter does not apply to a registered engineer, licensed land surveyor, or licensed architect acting pursuant to his or her professional registration or license, nor does it affect the obligations of a real estate licensee or transfer or under Article 1.5 (commencing with Section 1102) of Chapter 2 of Title 4 of Part 3 of Division 2 of, or Article 2 (commencing with Section 2079) of Chapter 3 of Title 6 of Part 4 of Division 3 of, the Civil Code.

7197. (a) It is an unfair business practice for a home inspector, a company that employs the inspector, or a company that is controlled by a company that also has a financial interest in a company employing a home inspector, to do any of the following:
  (1) To perform or offer to perform, for an additional fee, any repairs to a structure on which the inspector, or the inspector's company, has prepared a home inspection report in the past 12 months.
  (2) Inspect for a fee any property in which the inspector, or the inspector's company, has any financial interest or any interest in the transfer of the property.
  (3) To offer or deliver any compensation, inducement, or reward to the owner of the inspected property, the broker, or agent, for the referral of any business to the inspector or the inspection company.
  (4) Accept an engagement to make an inspection or to prepare a report in which the employment itself or the fee payable for the inspection is contingent upon the conclusions in the report, preestablished findings, or the close of escrow.
  (5) A home protection company that is affiliated with or that retains the home inspector does not violate this section if it performs repairs pursuant to claims made under the home protection contract.
  (b) This section shall not affect the ability of a structural pest
control operator to perform repairs pursuant to Section 8505 as a result of a structural pest control inspection.

7198. Contractual provisions that purport to waive the duty owed pursuant to Section 7196, or limit the liability of the home inspector to the cost of the home inspection report, are contrary to public policy and invalid.

7199. The time for commencement of a legal action for breach of
duty arising from a home inspection report shall not exceed four
years from the date of the inspection.

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