Complete Mold Inspection

Mold presence and damage is a common occurrence in South Florida properties. This is in part due to the consistently high levels of humidity, elevated temperatures, poor ventilation and water incidents. Elevated levels of Mold can be a serious health hazard to occupants and can cause serious damage to a property.

Some signs that excessive mold may be present include:

  • Strong, musty odors
  • Visible signs of growths or staining
  • Excessive humidity
  • Any evidence of past moisture problems that might have caused undetected mold growth
  • Past mold remediation that was not professionally performed

Occupants may have serious reactions when exposed to mold like:

  • Itchy and watery eyes
  • Runny or stuffy nose
  • Sneezing and coughing
  • Asthma symptoms
  • And others

The most common indoor molds are CladosporiumPenicilliumAspergillus, and Alternaria. Elevated or abnormal concentrations of mold will require proper remediation and, or, sanitation by a Mold Remediation company.

The most common cause of mold is water damage that originates from a leaky roof, water pipe, or air conditioner condensation. There are instances in which there is no clear sign or indication that mold is present, and the only way to identify it is through conducting a mold examination and sampling.

If purchasing a property, be aware that the correct way to rule out the presence of mold is by performing a Complete Mold Inspection within the Inspection Period.

Areas mold may be present:

  • Walls and ceilings
  • Inside, or between, walls
  • Attic
  • Crawl Space
  • Air Handlers
  • Air Duct System
  • In the air, etc.

Our Florida Mold Assessor License allows us to offer a complete Mold Test that includes:

  • Visual inspection of property
  • Latest technology; Infrared Camera, Borescope and Moisture Readers
  • Lab Test (through an accredited third party)
  • Lab sampling; air sampling, inside walls air sampling, swabs, etc.
  • Lab Report
  • Visual Report
  • Remediation Protocol (if mold is confirmed)

Our recommendation, which is also a requirement by Florida State law, is that before proceeding with a Mold Remediation, an Inspection including a Laboratory Test should be conducted; it is the only way to proceed based in facts, not assumptions. This process also ensures that you, as a consumer, do not become the victim of unprofessional and unscrupulous practices.

Contact us today to set up a complete, thorough, and professional Mold Inspection and testing.

When applicable, we also offer Mold Remediators services to our clients.

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This service is offered through Enviro-Novus Restoration