DIY Mold Inspection – Part 3: Attics & Garages

You might not live in your attic or garage, but when mold growth is present in those areas, it can still affect the air you breathe in your home.

Attic mold can be pushed or pulled into homes through points of air leakage each time attic or indoor air pressures change. Mold in attached garages can easily transfer into homes when the door between them is opened. People can also inhale hidden garage mold each time they pass through the garage and then experience mold symptoms later. 

Using mold inspection photos with understandable explanations, I’ll teach you about garage and attic mold growth, including how, why and where the mold is located.


DIY Mold Inspection – Part 3: Attics & Garages

Attic mold is a huge problem in all climates, and mold growth in garages is more common than people realize. Most homeowners have no idea that mold exists in these areas. Outbreaks of black mold, white mold, and other colors of mold occur for many reasons and can cause a wide variety of mold symptoms.

Once mold in homes gets established, occupants and pets are at risk of mold exposure. Mold symptoms commonly include suffering from allergy symptoms, asthma symptoms, headaches, migraines, ADD, ADHD, sinus infection, ear infection, memory loss, insomnia, chronic fatigue, and cancer.

This book, Attics & Garages, is part three of the book series Do-It-Yourself Mold Inspection. I wrote it for everyone who wants to avoid suffering from allergy symptoms, asthma symptoms, headaches, migraines, ADD, ADHD, sinus infection, ear infection, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, insomnia, and cancer.

Finding hIdden attic mold and garage mold

Using mold inspection photos with clear explanations I’ll show you the places where attic mold grows and will help you to interpret the causes so you can prevent the mold from coming back after performing mold remediation. I’ll also show you the hidden locations where black mold grows in garages and will explain why.


  • Waste money on a mold test kit
  • Pay someone to do mold testing for you
  • Spread garage or attic mold spores during mold removal
  • Hire a mold remediation company or sign a mold removal contract


  • Arm yourself with knowledge to accurately understand your mold problem
  • Avoid being the victim of a professional mold cleaning scam
  • Determine if DIY mold removal is your best option
  • Ensure mold removal is done safely and effectively to avoid mold sickness

The information I share with you in this mold inspection series will help you avoid expensive mold removal cost, protect your home, safeguard you from mold symptoms, and ensure that you’re not taken advantage of by professional mold scammers.


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Table of Contents

Garage inspection
Wallboard walls
Oriented-strandboard walls
Masonry walls
Garage vents that cause mold
Overhead door mold
Trashcan mold
Attic inspection
Attic access mold
Roof leakage mold
Attic venting mold
Appliance venting mold
Air leakage mold
Vermin mold


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