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Mold during home inspection



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Mold Home Inspection


During the mold inspection, the inspector will perform a non-invasive visual assessment of the accessible building systems and components as outlined in Section 4.0 Standards of Practice. This will involve conducting measurements for moisture, temperature, and humidity as specified in Section 4.8. Additionally, mold samples will be obtained following the IAC2 Mold Sampling Procedures detailed in Section 5.0. The inspection report will encompass identified issues such as moisture intrusion, water damage, musty odors, visible mold growth, conditions favorable for mold development, results from laboratory analysis of mold samples, and any unexamined components listed in Section 4.0, along with reasons for their omission.

Standards of Practice

The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) created the Indoor Air Quality Certified® (IAQ-C) program, which includes the IAC2 certification for mold inspections. The IAC2 Standard of Practice (SOP) provides guidelines for mold inspectors to follow when conducting inspections.

  1. The inspector must identify and report on any visible mold or conditions that could lead to mold growth.

  2. The inspector must inspect the interior and exterior of the property, including the roof and any accessible crawl spaces, basements, and attics.

  3. The inspector must use moisture meters and other equipment to identify areas of moisture intrusion, water damage, or high humidity.

  4. The inspector must collect samples of mold for laboratory analysis if deemed necessary.

  5. The inspector must provide a detailed written report outlining the findings, conclusions, and recommendations for remediation.

  6. The inspector must not offer or perform any remediation services for mold.

  7. The inspector must follow all applicable laws and regulations related to mold inspections.


In addition to the above, the IAC2 Mold Inspection SOP also requires the inspector to be knowledgeable in microbiology, building science, and environmental health. The inspector must also have a basic understanding of the principles of mold remediation and be able to recommend appropriate remediation procedures.

It's important to note that the IAC2 Mold Inspection SOP is not a comprehensive guide to mold inspection and remediation. Homeowners and property managers should consult with a certified mold inspector and licensed mold remediation professional if they suspect mold growth in their property.

Mold during home inspection
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