No Home Inspection is complete without a mold inspection. Did you know that most mold problems are NOT covered by homeowner’s insurance? In most cases, if a home is sold and the seller was unaware of an existing mold issue, the buyer is responsible for cleanup. However, if the seller had some indication there might be mold and they did not divulge this information to the buyer, they can be held responsible for the cleanup.
Just because you can’t see mold doesn’t mean it’s not there. Regardless of whether you are buying, selling or simply living in your home, why not get a mold inspection and gain peace of mind? A mold inspection adds an extra layer of protection and can help identify potential problems before they become costly.
Dog Gone Mold can help. A state certified Mold Technician will review your property and will bring Mason, the mold sniffing dog. Mason is professionally trained and able to detect most mold types and offers a unique, inexpensive method for checking for mold.
Recently, Dog Gone Mold Dallas did an inspection on a homeowner’s kitchen. Our human Mold Assessment Technician did not visually “see” mold, however Mason, the mold sniffing wonder dog, kept hitting around the kitchen sink cabinets. A mold cleanup was indicated and the Professional Mold Remediators when tearing up the cabinet found soaked particle board underneath that was infested with major amounts of mold. One leaky pipe led to a $12,000 cleanup.
Don’t let a small problem become an expensive repair and cleanup. Dog Gone Mold Dallas offers reasonable home inspections for as little as $250. Contact us to get your inspection.