There are many areas in a home where mold may be growing. Everyone's home has mold - however, mold becomes a problem when there are high levels of mold detected. A professional home inspector can help you identify those areas where mold is actively growing in a home. Mold inspections will reveal areas of mold contamination that may cause problems for your health or cause damage to your property.
Mold inspections are always recommended even when mold contamination is not visible. Every home has mold, but problems arise when there is too much of it. We can inspect and test for mold during real estate transactions, litigation between buyers/sellers, and on behalf of tenants/landlords.
We have partnered with PriorityLab to provide clear results in an easy-to-read format delivered to you in a timely manner. Our findings from our mold inspections are analyzed in a lab by our partner PriorityLab. After the inspection, we ship the samples to the lab on the same day of the mold inspection. It is important to detect problem levels of mold in your home as soon as possible so you can protect yourself, your loved ones, and your property. If you have detected mold growth in your home, contact Lancaster Property Inspections today to schedule your mold inspection. Because indoor mold is a direct cause of so many health problems, a mold inspection is a wise investment for everyone, not just those who are already suffering symptoms.
During the inspection, we will be looking for evidence of mold growth. Our test involves using a swab to pull samples of the mold. This will provide evidence of current or former growth that may have been caused by water intrusion or excessive humidity in the home. We also check for air samples to expose any hidden moisture in the home that could lead to a health risk for you and your family.
Here are some signs to look for to determine whether a mold inspection is right for you: