Do your testing before purchasing or selling a home. Disaster Recovery Force Inc. will assess all environmental issues potentially present in your home and keep your family safe and healthy. Disaster Recovery Force Inc. can forensically identify if there were previous issues within the home that the seller did not disclose. Disaster Recovery Force Inc. can recover additional money spent after the closing of your home, which was allocated to properly repair your home. We will help you,under the Latent Defect Law, bring it to the court of law.
Buyers: Never become a victim when buying a home with Sick Home (Building) Syndrome. It can affect your health as well as your bank account!
Sellers: Never sell your home with Sick Home (Building) Syndrome. Beware of your latent laws! Be sure to fully disclose so you avoid legal repercussions and much more costly damages. Pay sooner rather than later. Never be liable for making someone else sick!
Real estate agents will typically provide the names of three inspection firms for their clients to choose from.
Since writing about changes coming to the home inspection industry, I have received countless emails from home inspectors, real estate agents and buyers. Buyers complained after closing about problems with their home that were not caught during the home inspection. This included serious mold behind one of the walls in the basement, a defective fireplace and a furnace that was working but would soon require to be replaced. Some buyers blamed their real estate agents, stating that they only recommended an inspector who would approve the home quickly.
Mould (Mold) Becoming Serious Issue For Home Buyers
In order to reproduce, moulds release very tiny “spores” into the air that float like visible or invisible dust and these spores are small enough that people can actually breathe them in. Mould spores are continuously in the air and migrate with the wind, but they can also move through air circulation systems in buildings or be tracked by human beings with dust and dirt. Mould can settle on virtually any surface. The spores require moisture to germinate and for mould to grow. The humid conditions for mould production are always present from cooking, bathing, laundry, air humidifiers, condensation and leaks from the outside. In addition, there is always a food source available in the indoor environment and almost all commonly used construction materials and furnishings can provide nutrients to support mould growth. Mould will feed on the filler which has been added to many building materials such as drywall, carpeting/under-padding, panelling, ceiling tiles, insulation, paint, wallpaper, draperies, doors, drains, upholstery, plastics, adhesives, caulking, paper products and other organic materials.