So, you had a mold inspection, and they found something. First things first, don’t panic. Finding mold isn’t the end of the world, and there are steps you can take to handle it.
- Understand the Report. When mold is found during a mold inspection, you’ll get a report. Take some time to understand what it says. Is the mold widespread, or is it just in one area? Knowing the extent of the problem will help you determine your next steps.
- Consult the Experts. We never want you to tackle mold removal on your own. It’s a job for the pros. We have the expertise to know what needs to be done.
- Negotiate if You’re Buying. If you’re in the process of buying a home and mold is found, use this information to negotiate. You can ask the seller to take care of the mold removal or lower the price to cover the cost of remediation.
- Check Your Insurance. Some homeowners’ insurance policies cover mold removal. Check your policy or call your agent to see if you’re covered. This could save you a lot of money.
- Prevent Future Growth. Once the mold is gone, take steps to prevent it from coming back. This might mean fixing leaks, improving ventilation, or using a dehumidifier.
Remember, finding mold during a mold inspection isn’t a disaster. It’s a problem that can be solved. So, take a deep breath, consult the experts, and you’ll get through this just fine. Schedule your mold inspection today, and let us take care of it.