If you are a seller of a home, the presence of active mold biotoxins or air pollutants can negatively affect the resale value. If you are buying a home, a full comprehensive indoor air and mold inspection will prevent the expensive clean up and potential health risks of mold contamination. It will also put your mind at ease and make you aware of any issues before you enter negotiations with the seller.
Getting a professional indoor air and mold inspection done is the best way to ensure your new home has a “clean bill of health” before you commit to signing on that dotted line. This is especially true in Southern Regions of the Country – like South West Georgia – due to high humidity levels, which if left unchecked, can produce the “perfect storm” for potentially toxic indoor air and mold growth.