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Mold Inspection

INSPECTION & TESTING

 

Should you be concern about your indoor air quality?

Is your home or workplace making you sick?

 

 

 

 

Pars Home Inspection Inc. is the best in the industry, services are only performed by Certified Inspectors and include;

 

➢          Moisture testing

➢          Air sampling

➢          Lab swap sampling

➢          Thermal imaging

➢          Visual inspection

➢          Humidity and Temp measurements

➢          Survey of the building

 

 

 

Mold Inspection & Air Quality Control;

 

       If there’s an air quality issue in your home we will find it.

       If you have a hidden mold problem we’ll find that for you as well.

       Mold can grow inside your home behind walls and underneath flooring.

       Even though mold is a natural occurring fungus,

       mold that grows indoors can have serious health effects on many people.

 

 

There are many mold types that can cause a variety of symptoms such as respiratory diseases,

 skin rashes, nose bleeds, itchy and watery eyes, breathing difficulties,

migraine headaches, just to name a few. Some molds can be extremely toxic and they

don’t always produce a musty odor.

 

Mold needs moisture and a cellulose nutrient source (drywall, carpeting, fabrics) to grow.

If you’ve had a water leak or flood that was not cleaned up properly within 24 – 48 hours

of its occurrence, you could have mold growth.

 

If you have a hidden plumbing leak, excess condensation or high relative humidity,

you could have mold growth. Mold growth in buildings is not always visible

or detectable through a visible inspection.

 

The majority of indoor mold growth issues are hidden inside walls, behind wall paper,

underneath flooring or behind built-in cabinetry.

 

 

    Mold growth can occur without any scent or visible signs noticeable by the

    homeowner whatsoever.

   

    Black mold or the color of the mold does not provide very much information.

    Black Mold” or “Toxic Mold” is a media term.

 

     

 

 

What is important in most cases in addition to the type of mold, is the location, cause and severity of the mold growth issue. 

In any indoor mold growth problem, the most important factor is establishing what is causing the mold growth,

where is the growth located, are there spores associated with the growth, and how does this now get cleaned-up.