A mould inspection is carried out when occupants suspect mould. Our mould inspections are carried out by our professional team of experts who will gladly answer any questions during their examination of your premises. They are industry trained to locate mould, identify the cause and determine the appropriate remediation process required.
Regular mold inspections can help keep your indoor environment healthy and prevent mould from spreading in hidden areas. Mould inspections are as important to maintaining your home as keeping the chimney clean, getting the furnace checked, fixing the roof and repairing cracked foundations.
Contact Us to make Mouldoff part of your home’s maintenance plan.
We are Certified Mould Professionals.
Do not touch!
It is very important that you do not touch any items showing mould or disturb any suspected areas of your home before the inspector arrives. Do not “clean up” for him. Any movement of articles carrying mold can spread the spores, which are invisible as they become airborne. Only an inspector can know for sure if the job falls into the do-it-yourself category for the home owner or if, in fact, it requires professional treatment and protective equipment.
What does Mouldoff do?
A Mouldoff mold inspector will arrive at your home or business at the appointed time.
Observe current conditions and signs of previous damages.
Write observations and recommendations.
Photograph areas of concern.
Provide a written report and verbal explanation.
Offer professional opinion, remediation quote, and qualified service staff.
Why do we inspect?
Home owners, home buyers, home inspectors, property managers and other property services call us when they observe evidence of mold:
Spots that are visible to the naked eye
Crumbling paint and plaster
Allergy type symptoms in occupants - headaches, itchy eyes, runny nose, sneezing.
What causes mold?
Flooding of basements or bathrooms.
Leaks in roofs and bathroom fixtures.
Humidity in basements or lower floor recreation rooms or storage areas.
Poor ventilation in bathrooms.
Exhaust fans venting into attics or improperly installed.
Where does mould hide?
Carpeting makes a great hiding place for mold to grow unnoticed.
Cold rooms when they heat up in the summer months or are not ventilated.
Bathroom tiles that are cracked or tub caulking that is not kept clean.