Is your home one of your biggest assets, or does it hold lots of memories filled with love and family time?
If that is the case, then you may want to guard it jealously from the slightest structural defects, even when it means a mold problem.
In solving mold-related problems, Home and Building inspectors in Montreal, like the Al inspectors, understand what it is like for mold to reduce the value of a building. And that is why with the help of a moisture meter, we can tell if your building has mold problems and prevent further damage to your home.
Here are some of the advantages of a moisture meter:
- They are used to measure the amount of moisture in wood, plasterboard, paper, or even concrete.
- The Al building inspectors in Montreal, north shore, use the moisture meter to diagnose damp damages in brickwork, and other building materials.
- During home inspection of houses in Montreal, we use them to check subfloor materials and walls for moisture that may not easily be noticed, on the surface level.
Why We Use Moisture Meter During Home Inspection
First, it is because it is one of the best tools for the job. Also, without the moisture meter, we know it’ll be difficult to get an accurate air and mold analysis during any condo inspection around Montreal, Longueuil, or Laval.
We understand the value of using only the best tools for each inspection because only then can we present a more accurate result about the conditions of your home. And it is also because we care about your home as well.