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We have helped countless people identifying mold or giving them the peace of mind that their situation did not need professional intervention. We hope that you call us, as soon as you suspect you have mold in your living areas. We definitely want to make sure your environment is safe and healthy. Drawing from our years of experience, we will go out of our way to meet your needs, making sure we provide the best rates and the best service available.

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Email: info@pittsburghmoldremediationservices.com
Phone: 412-855-4156
Serviced Areas: Pittsburgh

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Mold Inspection in Pittsburgh

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There are many different areas of home inspection. The list never ends and the thirst for knowledge is endless! Side branches include things like radon, mold exposure testing; asbestos management plans (if applicable); lead paint removal/dust sampling at various locations throughout your property – not just in certain rooms or sections but everywhere–as well as air quality assessments depending on what type(s)of building construction material was used during its assembly process-to name only few examples found within this field ̶ there really isn’t anything too surprising

It’s no secret that buying a home is a huge investment. And, as with any investment, you want to be sure you’re making a wise choice. That’s why hiring a good home inspector is so important. A good home inspector will help you identify any potential problems with the property before you buy it. They can also provide valuable information about the condition of the home and its systems. So, how do you choose a good home Inspector? Here are some qualities a good home inspector should have:

  1. A knack for finding trouble. You want someone that can spot a problem right away and not someone who is not paying attention around them. Professional property inspectors get their hands on all sorts: old houses (that aren’t necessarily antique), new builds – even those ranked as “restorers ” by History Channel TV shows. There are some real boneheads out there presenting themselves as experts in restoration work without ever having done any proper training.
  2. A great home inspector needs to have an analytical mind. If they look at a crack in the brick wall and say “That’s not a code violation, therefore I don’t care” they are looking only at superficial things. This person can’t tell you whether tuckpointing needs to be done or if there might be foundation failures happening underneath which could result from many factors. We all know that there are many things to take into consideration when buying or selling property. One thing you should never overlook is your home’s foundation, which can be tested by an inspector using geotechnical instruments like picks and shovels!
  3. A great home inspector needs to have an analytical mind. If they look at a crack in the brick wall and say “That’s not a code violation, therefore I don’t care” they are looking only at superficial things. This person can’t tell you whether tuckpointing needs to be done or if there might be foundation failures happening underneath which could result from many factors. We all know that there are many things to take into consideration when buying or selling property. One thing you should never overlook is your home’s foundation, which can be tested by an inspector using geotechnical instruments like picks and shovels!
  4. The ability to communicate. Communication is one of the most important skills for any person to have, but especially so in this industry. A great home inspector has to explain you in plain terms what is happening in your home and what needs to be done in order for you to understand and take the best decisions to repair the damages.

Other background features that a lot of inspectors have:

New construction work, trade tickets

Code Inspection

Real estate sales or appraisal

Builders license

Property management

Structural engineering

Architecture.

A great home inspector also has a flexible and adaptable schedule to be able to come visit you when you need it most.

The best home inspectors are highly trained and certified by the American Society of Home Inspectors. They have a great deal to offer potential buyers in terms of knowledge about any health risks or defects with your property, as well information on how you can make it more comfortable for them if needed.

Home inspection is an important part of the home buying process. It can help you avoid costly repairs and identify potential problems with the property. Hiring a certified and experienced home inspector is the best way to ensure that your inspection will be thorough and accurate. If you’re in the market for a new home, call us today for an appointment. We’ll help you find a qualified inspector who will give you peace of mind during this important purchase.