Where mold hides in the home

Mold chart

Mold chart

Mold can pose health problems and leave homeowners unhappy. Many times, mold develops where it has been before.

The combination of moisture and organic materials (such as wood) in the home create an atmosphere most at risk for mold to grow. Homeowners may be able to smell mold or see it with the naked eye, but knowing where to look and having a professional inspect your home is the best way to stay safe.

Ask a highly rated inspector if your home is susceptible to dangerous mold.

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Paul Ramsey, owner and inspector, RTS Environmental Services Inc.
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