Your Home is still one of the single largest investments you can make. As you enter into the final decision making process, without sufficient and valuable information, you may experience expensive surprises down the road that could have been discovered prior to closing. Take the necessary precautions now and have a Certified Technician conduct a diligent investigation of the home. It is the most responsible way to reinforce every aspect about what you are buying.
At WeKillMold.com, all of our technicians go above and beyond a typical home inspection. In fact, half to all of the inspections we perform uncover an issue a general home inspector would generally overlook. Our specialized equipment allows us to investigate hidden areas, search for water damage, saturated materials, identify mold growth, and one of our most important and effective measurements, conduct an indoor air quality home inspection test.
As a realtor you want your clients to feel confident that they have made a great investment. First time home buyers and investment property gurus have the same need – they want to know that you are taking every step possible to ensure a safe, smart, responsible decision.
In January, 2005 The National Association of Realtors named mold as a” Hot Topic” for the year.
Home inspectors are able to provide professional opinions on electrical and structural concerns. But when there is need for an environmental specialist, indoor air quality consultant or plane jane mold professional, avoid deal breaking commentary by untrained home inspectors. Make sure that your next real estate transaction includes a full IAQ evaluation and investigation by a Certified Remediation Technician.
Mold is a growing concern for all homes, and even ones not yet built! Builders and remodeling contractors throughout the United States take the mold issue very seriously. Thousands of projects are setback each year because of mold found on building lumber, in fact, mold related lawsuits have increased 300% over the past three years. As you know crawlspaces, interior framing and attics are common areas of colonization for mold growth. In addition to the visual detraction from your project, many insulation contractors will not install their product over mold contaminated materials.
Contractors use WeKillMold.com because our:
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• Our Product Technology has been tested by independent labs to document performance in accordance with ATCC and ASTM standards for antimicrobial efficacy in preventing growth of mold, mildew and odor causing bacteria.
We take the necessary steps in order to find the source; we scientifically diagnose the problem then recommend and conduct the appropriate solution including but not limited to remediation or other recommend and appropriate cleaning methods. Call us today for a free phone consultation
National attention has brought mold and indoor air quality to the forefront home buyers, realtors, property managers and contractors. Many have become knowledgeable about mold infestations and health issues.
As the professional you can have the answers your clients need. By understanding what hype is and what is the truth, you can recommended a certified Indoor Air Quality Specialist that will assess, analyze and come up with solutions you and your client need to move forward with the transaction quickly, efficiently and effectively.
We take the steps necessary to find the source of the problem and necessary steps in order to find the source; we scientifically diagnose the problem then recommend and conduct the appropriate solution including but not limited to remediation or other recommend and appropriate cleaning methods moving your transaction forward quickly, efficiently and effectively.
Just as homes are, schools, offices and commercial spaces are equally susceptible to mold and other indoor air quality issues. Some building materials, poor maintenance processes and procedures and old HVAC systems can contribute to an unhealthy work environment.
As a Property Manager, you need to be vigilant about Mold Issues. A chronic leaking roof, burst water pipes, bathroom moisture, or a poorly maintained ventilation systems can be an invitation to a lawsuit. As science establishes a causal relationship between the presence of mold and human illness, legal exposure will rise putting you at even greater risk.
Your profession requires you to ensure that reasonable means have been taken to avoid harmful mold growth. National attention has brought mold and indoor air quality to the forefront of tenant and property owners concerns. Many tenants have become knowledgeable about mold infestations and health issues via T. V., the internet and newspapers.
Our Certified Technicians can help make strategic recommendations as to the source and cause of the problem. Additionally, they can provide you with a cost effective plan to prevent future issues similar in nature.