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When should I seek a mold inspector? You should call a mold inspector if you smell or suspect mold. You will also want to have a mold inspection if you are buying or selling a home. If your home is contaminated…
Kevin Bristol is President of Advance Mold Remediation and is certified by the National Association of Mold professionals, International Association for Mold Professionals, and the Environmental Protection Agency. When he was asked what to look for in a mold removal company he explained, “As far as mold remediation, you have to be careful of fly by night companies that are not certified or just recently received their certification, but have no experience. There are a lot of companies that are entering the business to make a quick dollar and really don’t know what they are doing.”
When you are looking for a new home be especially careful in purchasing a home wher you may suspect mold. “You will want to have a mold inspection if you are buying or selling a home” and if you see or smell mold in the home states Bristol. Some states require past mold infestations to be disclosed on the seller home disclosure statement but other do not. Buyer beware of purchasing a house with hidden mold. “A mold inspector will check all areas for mold: toilet spaces, attics, basements, bathrooms. If you are buying a house, you want to make sure that the air quality is healthy and that there are no issues as far as moisture is concerned. A mold inspector will be able to tell you all that because they have equipment such as photometers, hydrometers, and the skills to check inside wall cavities to make sure everything is okay” explains Bristol.
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