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Buying, Selling, or Renting

Finding mold before you buy or rent gives you leverage to negotiate with the seller or landlord to fix the problem, give you a credit to fix the problem or lower the price.

While sellers and landlords may be required to disclose any known issues of mold, the key word here is "known." When a property is listed, sellers rarely go out of their way to look for mold to disclose. And if they don't know about it, they don't have to do anything about it.

A pre-purchase mold inspection involves having a licensed mold professional do a comprehensive investigation for any possible areas of mold, as well as any conditions that can lead to mold growth in the future.

As a diligent home buyer, you may already be getting a general home inspection to check for any obvious defects. However, a home inspection is not a mold inspection--a common misconception that might cost you thousands, or even tens of thousands, of dollars in repair and mold removal costs later on. 

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For Renters

A similar scenario can occur where you move into a rental unit and find mold growing there. While you might be able to get your landlord to pay for mold removal, it's always best to catch any potential problems before signing a lease.


A pre-rental mold inspection will give you the peace of mind of knowing that the unit you're about to rent is mold-free, or if there are any potential mold problems, you can negotiate with the landlord to have them fixed before you move in.

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The Bottom Line

An Indoor Air Quality Inspection and Mold testing are an important part of any home buying or renting process. Indoor Air Quality testing can help you identify any potential problems so that you can negotiate with the seller or landlord to have them fixed before you move in.

It's simpler than you imagine, and the tranquility it provides is worth every penny.

Breathe in, breathe out. Ever contemplated the quality of air you're inhaling? It's rarely on our minds, yet indoor air quality can significantly impact our health and well-being.

Our homes can harbor invisible pollutants, from mold spores and dust mites to volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and carbon monoxide.

These substances can degrade air quality, resulting in health issues, ranging from allergy-like symptoms such as itchy eyes and a scratchy throat, to chronic headaches, respiratory problems, and even asthma.

Air quality testing plays a pivotal role in detecting and addressing these concerns. Through a professional indoor air quality assessment, the levels of these pollutants can be measured in your home's air, assuring safety and healthy indoor air for all occupants.

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It isn't solely about health. Poor air quality can affect your home's ambiance and cause material damage due to altered moisture levels.


Regular air quality testing allows you to maintain your property effectively and provides peace of mind.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) suggests frequent indoor air quality testing as crucial for a healthy living environment.


Professional air testing services typically offer various packages, encompassing short-term and long-term testing options, tailored to suit different needs and budgets.

This cost-effective solution ensures clean and healthy indoor air.

Don't let poor indoor air quality overshadow your home. The journey towards superior air quality begins with awareness and taking action.


After all, you deserve to breathe easy in your own home. Good air quality isn't a luxury, but a necessity for a healthy life.


Take the initial step towards enhancing your home's air quality today.


It's simpler than you imagine, and the tranquility it provides is worth every penny.

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