The mention of mold makes buyers, sellers and agents very nervous. In fact, many real estate professionals have had sales fall through because mold problems were discovered during an inspection. Some home inspectors have a very limited amount of training in identifying mold problems. According to the Indoor Environmental Standards Organization (IESO) once a home inspector suspects or finds mold, during a real estate transaction inspection, they are to refer the parties to a qualified indoor environmental professional. Indoor environmental professionals are thoroughly trained in investigating or assessing suspected or alleged indoor environmental problems. Time is of the essence in performing these assessments. We have developed a streamlined assessment process that speeds up the laboratory analysis process. We can keeps costs to a minimum and get results back quickly.
Consider being proactive. If the seller indicates that there has been a mold or water intrusion problem, why not have the property assessed ahead of time so that questions can be answered before it jeopardizes a transaction?
Buyers: If there is a question about an indoor environmental problem, we can provide prompt inspection services that provide you with answers. We have found that many suspected problems can be easily identified and resolved in advance of the purchase of your new home.
Benefits of Using Our Services:
- Lower your risk of losing an offer
- Protect your health and quality of life
- Limit your personal liability
- Protect the value of your property