"Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value" - Albert Einstein

About Us

Mejaro Inspection Services is a family-owned and operated business in Bloomington, IN.   A home inspection from Mejaro will provide valuable information about your home's quality, health, and safety. We strive to be as thorough and professional as possible and take great pride in every inspection. Our company is bound by a strict code of ethics that guarantees quality service and a learning experience. We strive to treat each home as if it were our own. It would be our sincere pleasure to help put your mind at ease during the home-buying process.

Our Story

MEJARO - meh-JAR-oh

Our story is much like many other small businesses. We had a desire to provide more for our family and knew that we could do it better and more fairly than the many corporations we'd worked for. Now after nearly five years, we feel very blessed to have been able to help so many families. We not only like to help families with their home purchases but we also love to be able to give back to the community. Our time and donations are continually given to non-profit groups, Volunteer Associates (Hoosier 2 Hoosier sale, B-town Hot Summer Nights Festival, and many other charitable organizations). We work hard to provide not just for our employees but also for the community. We strive to continually give to organizations like the Boys and Girls Club of Bloomington, the Auxiliary to the Boys and Girls Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Hannah House, Cutters Soccer Club,  andThe Teachers Warehouse, to name a few.

Meet The Team


Megan Mason

Owner/Office Manager

She's the ME in Mejaro! Megan graduated from the IU School of Journalism in 1995. When we had the opportunity to move back to the Hoosier state, we unanimously agreed the only place to live would be Bloomington. Not only is she the Office Manager for Mejaro, she also works part-time for Consider It Done Transition Services. 


Rollie Mason

President/Owner/Home Inspector

Although he may bring up the tail end of Mejaro, he is by far the most important part of the team. He is passionate about home inspections, staying ahead of the technology curve, and continuing education. He grew up enjoying all IU sports and the family still attends most today. If you're at an IU football game, look for our tailgates, we will gladly welcome you for good food and conversation.


Scott Taylor

Home Inspector

Scott is a local firefighter and a seasoned inspector. He's also a graduate of Edgewood High School. His customer-service personality and eagerness to learn everything home inspection-related make him the perfect fit. This guy is on fire! Just don't put him on the spot, if you do, get ready for some Ricky Bobby-Esque "I don't know what to do with my hands" fun. 


Kelly Houston

Client Care Coordinator

Kelly brings a positive attitude and honest approach to Mejaro. She's very family-oriented, enjoys cooking and working out. If she's not helping clients, there's a good chance she's thinking about the beach.


Jacob Mason

Inspector Assistant

The JA in Mejaro. As a senior at South, Jacob is involved in cross country, track, bowling, and many other clubs/events that keep us incredibly busy. When he is not running, bowling, or hanging with friends, you may see Jacob helping on an inspection. 


Joris Gee

Home Inspector

When Joris is not inspecting, he's enjoying the great outdoors while golfing or on a lake with his family. He's practically IU royalty, as his grandfather played for Branch McCracken. If you want to hear some interesting IU history, he's your guy.  While he'd like to be referred to as "the talent", we call him our lead inspector.


Candi Horsley

Client Care Coordinator

When Candi isn't helping our clients, you can catch her enjoying some fly-fishing or mountain hiking. She has a great work ethic and will brighten anyone's day with her sunny disposition.


Dillon Mason

Emotional Support Specialist

Dillon has not yet been trained to help with inspections, but he does greet us every day with a smile and a happy tail wag. We call him our silent partner.