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ADVANCED MOLD DIAGNOSTICS TOP 7 CHECKLIST

  1. 1
    Musty Odor

    There is a musty odor or the scent of mildew in your home. Start looking for the source of the moisture and you will find your mold. Always have a expert run an assessment.

  2. 2
    Changes in General Health

    Someone in your home is experiencing nasal congestion, eye irritation, wheezing or skin irritation and you are unable to identify the source of these conditions. It could be that individual is particularly sensitive to hidden mold in your home.

    Always have a expert run an assessment.

  3. 3
    Mold in Window Frames

    There is a leaky window with a wood frame that is rotting. Check the window frame for visible mold spores.

    Always have a expert run an assessment.

  4. 4
    Mold in the Bathroom

    You’ve spotted visible mold in the bathroom, which is a common location to have a mold problem. Without sufficient ventilation, moisture is trapped and mold can begin to grow on the shower, on the walls, on the ceiling or even behind wall paper.

    Always have a expert run an assessment.

  5. 5
    Mold in the Basement

    Your basement is humid or has sustained water damage. Check the floor, ceiling tiles, drywall and inside stored items for visible mold.

    Always have a expert run an assessment.

  6. 6
    Mold in HVAC System

    You spot what appears to be mold near the intake of your HVAC system. This could be a sign of more significant mold contamination throughout your ventilation system.

    Always have a expert run an assessment.

  7. 7
    Visible Water Stains in Ceiling

    There are visible water stains on your walls or ceiling. If you’ve had leaky pipes or flooding in the past, there could still be moisture caught in wood or drywall, causing mold growth.

    Always have a expert run an assessment.