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Mold is one of of the most dangerous issues that can be found in homes. It is imperative to inspect a home for mold before selling or purchasing a house. Even if you suspect your current home has mold, you should have it assessed the air quality tested. Mold is dangerous, can cause serious illnesses in adults, children, and pets; and unfortunately is difficult to find by the average homeowner. We encourage all homeowners to have their houses checked for mold by a professional, and here’s why:

Mold is Dangerous

Maryland receives a lot of rain and is humid in the summer, it is a state that is prone to mold. Mold spores are invisible and tiny; they hide in cracks and spaces on your property that you can’t see. Without proper testing, you may not even know that mold exists, so it could be silently causing breathing issues and sickness in your home.

Just some of the health issues connected to mold are:

  • Coughing
  • Sneezing
  • Wheezing
  • Irritated Eyes
  • congestion
  • headaches
  • sinus infections
  • rashes
  • asthma

Can New Homes Have Mold?

If you think that just because a home is new that mold can’t be an issue, think again. 30% of new homes in Maryland have some form of mold.

How We Can Help

Our experienced and certified mold inspectors complete a visual inspection and are able to visually identify mold. Because they are skilled and highly trained, they know where to look for mold in the home and how to spot trouble issues. Air samples are also taken in the home because mold can hide below floorboards and in walls. Taking an air quality sample back to the lab allows us to identify hidden mold dangers in the home. Once we complete inspections and testing, you get a full report on the home, including which type of mold you are dealing with. We also offer you recommendations and services based on your results. We want all the homes we inspect to be safe and healthy environments for you and your family. Call us at 443-539-8710 or online here to schedule a mold or any home inspection.