Mold growth may occur in your home if there is sufficient moisture because mold spores are everywhere. Be on the lookout for these common sources of moisture: - Flooding - Roof leaks - Plumbing leaks, drainage problems - Damp basements and crawl spaces - Steam from the bathroom or kitchen - Condensation resulting from poor or improper insulation or ventilation - Humidifiers - Wet clothes drying inside the home or a clothes dryer venting indoors - Poor or improper ventilation of combustion appliances Indications of a moisture problem may include discoloration of the ceiling or walls, warping of the floor, or condensation on the walls or windows. The key to preventing mold growth is to control all moisture problems. Our mold inspections includes full mold inspection, report, follow-up meetings, lab analysis of air samples taken and lift samples if required by visible mold inspection. Testing your home on a regular basis is a prudent way to prevent small problems from growing into a costly and unhealthy situation, and always avoid exposing yourself and others to mold. Our mold inspectors are members of International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (IAC2).