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Mold and other toxic substances are hazardous to your health. There are home kits that you can use to inspect for these problems, and sometimes they are even noticeable. If the paint bubbles up, and you pop the bubble, and there is mold underneath, then you know you have a mold problem. Some problems are less obvious than others, which is why testing for these is important. In some areas, before you sell a home you must have a mold and toxicity inspection done. Some Bay Area counties require this.
If no toxic substances or mold is found, great. Nothing else has to be done. But when there is toxic substances or mold, then you have to remove these things to prevent complications. How do you remove toxic substances and mold? You hire a toxicity and mold removal service.
In California, toxicity and mold removal services are licensed. This means if someone does not have a license and performs the work, you are liable for their mistakes. If someone has a license and performs the work, they are liable for their mistakes. So make sure you hire a licensed toxicity and mold removal specialist.
Lastly, get a written report. Get a report of what they found, what they did, and what on-going solutions they proposed. When you have this written report, and can prove you followed the recommendations, then you negate any further problems or concerns someone might have with the mold and toxicity levels in your home.
These are a few tips for hiring a toxicity and mold removal service in California.