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To the untrained eye, many features of the home appear normal and sound; damage may not be immediately apparent. The inspectors at Property Inspection Pros skillfully and thoroughly inspect and assess the structural components and systems inside and out of the home, from foundation to roof.
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Our friendly, competent inspectors describe and explain every stage of the inspection and encourage questions to enhance and ensure your comprehension throughout the process. Your inspector will evaluate every accessible and visible feature of the home, including:
- Attic, ventilation, and insulation
- Porch and deck
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What is included in a Mold Inspection
What is included in a Mold Inspection
What is Mold
For molds to grow and reproduce, they need only an organic food source, such as wood, paper, leaves, adequate temperature, oxygen and moisture. Because molds grow by digesting organic matter, they gradually destroy whatever they grow on. This is bad news if they are growing on a structure such as a home or office.
Mold growth on surfaces can often be seen in the form of discoloration, frequently green, gray, brown, or black. Molds release countless tiny, lightweight spores (viable seeds) to reproduce which travel through air and water. The release of spores’ is called sporulation. Spores are naturally design to be dispersed through the air. Mold spores continually float through the outdoor and indoor air; spores are so small (0.25 to 50 microns) that they can usually not be seen without magnification.
How much mold can make me sick?
Anyone with health problems they believe is due to molds should consult a medical professional.
Mold Inspection and Assessment
All of our sampling strategies are guided and formulated based on the visual inspection findings. Air sampling may be necessary if the presence of mold is suspected (if, for example, musty odors are noted) but cannot be identified by a visual examination. The purpose of such air sampling is to determine the location and/or extent of mold contamination. All mold spores have a source, and identifying the source is the goal.
Air sampling involves the collection of two types of samples, one outdoor baseline sample and at least one indoor sample. The outdoor samples provide a baseline to compare indoor samples to, a minimum of two outdoor air samples are taken. An indoor air sampling strategy is then developed and executed; this is guided largely by the visual inspections findings.
Tape sampling provides a quick way to sample visible mold. A tape-lift system is the most common surface-sampling technique. It can be used instead of a swab sample when the sample medium is dry. Samples that show hyphae fragments and reproductive structures can provide proof of mold growth.
Swab sampling provides a quick way to sample visible mold. A swab system is the most common surface-sampling technique for moist material. Samples that show hyphae fragments and reproductive structures can provide proof of mold growth.