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Having a mold inspection performed in your home or business can provide a professional perspective on the current state of health of the structure. Elevated mold growth in the interior environment can contribute to Sick Building Syndrome or SBS, which can lead to ill health symptoms and microbial volatile organic compounds or MVOC’s. This can especially impact the elderly, young as they are more prone to sickness.


When preparing for a real estate transaction, a mold inspection is imperative to ensure a healthy living environment and evaluate for any water leaks for both the buyer and seller. Depending on the level mold contamination, mold remediation could be very expensive. For this reason, a mold inspection could be a strong negotiating tactic for either the buyer or the seller.

Why Get A

                         Mold Inspection?


        We Do

At Coastal IEC, we perform a non-invasive inspection for mold in both residential and commercial structures. We ensure that the inspections carried out are followed by the latest accredited industry standards. With the use of state-of-the-art equipment, our inspection process is streamline and efficient. If we find indications of mold presence, we will sample the areas accordingly.


We utilize a nationally accredited laboratory to ensure that the sample results are accurate. By involving a third party to evaluate sampling, we are ensuring a more ethical working environment. We collect samples in areas where the possibility of mold growth is the highest. These are typically areas which have elevated humidity or where there is water present from a leak. With the help of air samples, we can determine if the presence of mold has reached an elevated level of fungal ecology. These samples are sent to an AIHA accredited laboratory where the samples are analyzed, and a detailed lab report is provided. In conjunction with the lab sample results, we provide a detailed report documenting any present mold and moisture with a protocol for a third-party mold remediator to follow.


It is important to note that it is unlawful for any assessor who performs a mold inspection to provide the remediation work and it is unlawful for any remediator to perform a post-remediation verification clearance if that company provided the remediation work.

This practice is prominent in South Florida and we stand against it.

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