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Home Inspections and the Discovery of Mold

A home inspection can be very helpful for buyers to understand the condition of their potential purchase. Home inspections are not usually required, but many experts recommend that they should be done before buying a house (and on occasion after).


Home inspectors check houses for evidence of water damage and mold growth, which could lead to health problems down the road.


Mold is a type of fungus that can grow on wood, wallpaper, carpeting and food items. Home inspectors check for mold as part of their standard practice because it can cause health problems if inhaled or otherwise ingested.


The sooner the problem is found, the easier and cheaper it will be to remediate (remove).


Call or Text Mold One today to set up a free Inspection in Rhode Island at 401-291-1500 or Missouri at 357-222-0216.


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