It is important to book a mold inspection from a certified inspector if you suspect the existence of mold in your home or business or before purchasing a property.
Mold is not always visible to the naked eye. Mold can be hidden under baseboards, beneath the carpet, or under the new paint. So how do you detect mold in your house to determine if you require a mold inspection?
The following warning signs are an indication you might have a black mold issue in your home:
When buying a property, it is advisable to invest in both mold and home inspection before purchasing a home, particularly if there is any indication that there are potential moisture issues.
But an important thing to know is that the majority of home inspectors are not mold-specialists and do not have the expertise required for proper mold identification and inspection. They will look for visual problems with the home, but may not necessarily be able to identify a mold problem.
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A very thorough inspection was carried out, going just over the one-hour time frame suggested. Besides inspecting all the appropriate housing spaces, there was also ample opportunity for us to provide relevant information and history, and to ask questions. A comprehensive report was provided with options for dealing with the issues.
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