You might say that new homes won’t have mold and you don’t need to have mold inspection, well, you are wrong. Mold can grow anywhere, you might not see it directly, but you need to have your house inspected rather than to be sorry in the long run.
Mold inspection is identifying if there is mold growth in your future home. You might think it is only an additional cost, but it is not. At CLOWES HOME INSPECTION, we assure you that mold inspection is a must.
Here are some things you need to know about us:
- We have qualified mold inspectors. We only give the best for our clients. Our inspectors have formal professional training and years of experience in dealing with mold.
- Mold inspection will look for the past and current mold growth. We will consider the past and present home problems. Molds may be a result of a water problem, which may come back if left untreated. We will help you treat not only your mold problem but also your water problem.
- Molds, sometimes, cannot be easily seen. At CLOWES HOME INSPECTION, we will look at the house, inside the walls, and other spots where mold could live. It could potentially cause structural damage such as wood decay if left untreated.
- Some molds are OKAY. There are different types of molds such as Ceratosystisan Ophiostoma that are healthy to grow on lumber, although they might give off black appearance. We will test every mold inside your house to figure out the best way to treat them.
- Moisture in wood is the primary cause. Our trained inspectors will look for moisture found in between woods or wet woods. Using our moisture meter, we will see if wood is a likely spot for mold growth. Our workers will provide you with excellent solutions to eliminate moist woods and moisture throughout the house.
- Mold inspection is only the first step. Although it might be a dreary process, there are two home inspections that your dream house will go through, and the mold inspection is only the first one. You will also need to have a pest control to know your house entirely. There are other irritants throughout the house, and it might cause discomfort if you do not eradicate them.
It’s better to detect it early on; it is better to spend a couple more dollars now rather than to suffer long-term consequences.
You need to remember a few details to know if there are mold infestations:
- A runny nose, sneezing, or other related problems in a particular part of a house.
- If you see several damp kinds of wood or woods with moisture in your house.
- If you see black spotting in your lumber