We all don’t like the presence of mold in our buildings. Because aside from the fact that it creates an unpleasant sight, poses a threat to our health, and pollutes the air around us, it can also lead to a structural defect.
Since mold forms as a result of moisture, it also means that if you can eliminate the moisture, then you would have put an end to the mold problem, Right?
In our air and/or mold analysis, we offer the best practices on how to keep your building free of mold. As long as there is moisture, molds can grow anywhere, ranging from your bathroom, kitchen, crawl space, and other parts of the building.
However, through our years of experience in fixing this very challenge, as building inspectors in Larval and North Shore Montreal, you can rest assured that it would be a thing of the past.
One of the equipment that our team of professionals will use during this inspection is a Moisture Meter. That is because, with it, we will be able to detect how much moisture is present in the building or equipment. Also, we use this equipment to test for moisture in drywall and other such surfaces.
In the case of a home transfer of ownership, as building inspectors in Montreal North shore and Larval, we can carry out preventive air or mold analysis with the moisture meter, laser level and other such tools.
With these equipment, we are able to test for the indoor air quality and detect what areas of the building need to be fixed, before you complete the transfer of ownership.
Fixing these defects can also increase the value of your property, making it a win-win situation for you.
Similarly, during this analysis, other equipment that we would use for inspection is a thermal camera. We can use this equipment in your building for energy audits; to quickly detect the source of structural damages, to detect the presence of moisture behind walls, and it is useful for preventing energy escape, especially during cold climates.