DIY Mold Inspection – Part 5: Walls, Windows & Doors

Building materials used for ceilings, walls, windows, and doors have a propensity toward mold growth when exposed to high humidity, condensation, or water incursions. Because the surface areas are so large, mold in homes can be present in substantial amounts, even when not visible.

Windows and doors experience condensation and water leakage that can result in mold on walls, as well as mold hidden inside walls and underneath flooring. Condensation on windows grows large amounts of window mold, most of which is hidden.

This book contains actual mold inspection photos with clear explanations to show you all the important areas to inspect. You’ll also learn the causes so you can prevent mold exposure and mold symptoms. I’ll teach you how to perform your own mold inspection without the cost of hiring a mold remediation company, wasting money on mold testing, or risking a professional mold scam.

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DIY Mold Inspection – Part 5: Walls, Windows, & Doors

My clients are surprised when I show them mold on walls, ceilings, windows, and doors that they had no idea was even in their homes. They did not know where it was or how to see it.

Finding mold on walls, windows, and doors

This book, Walls, Windows, & Doors, is part five 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.

Using mold inspection photos with clear explanations I’ll show you exactly how to inspect for mold on walls, windows, and doors, and help you see the subtle evidence of hidden mold growth and related moisture concerns. I’ll also teach you the causes of mold on walls, windows, and doors so you can prevent it from returning. I’ll even show you how to see mold that’s the same color as the surface it grows on so you can prevent mold exposure and mold symptoms.

Don’t:

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

Do:

  • 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

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 cleaning scammers.

 

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See what’s in DIY Mold Inspection – Part 5: Walls, Windows, & Doors

Table of Contents

Why trust the author? 4
Preface 5
Sharing this book 10
Mold inspection book series 11
Ceiling inspections 12
        Acoustical ceilings 12
        Gypsum wallboard ceilings 15
        Wood ceilings 19
Wall inspections 20
        Two sides of a wall 21
        Cool wall surfaces 21
        Wallpaper 28
        Plaster walls 30
        Wood paneled walls 32
        Masonry walls 36
        Gypsum wallboard walls 39
        Heavily contaminated wallboard 41
        Baseboards 43
        Seepage and flooding 45
        Wall access holes 50
Window inspections 51
        Window water leakage 51
        Condensation 54
        Screen condensation and mold 56
        Metal windows 59
        Window sash mold 59
        Hidden areas around windows 61
        Window abutment materials 69
        Window blinds 69
        Storm window weep holes 70
        Skylight windows 72
        Window seats 73
        Basement windows 76
Door inspections 77
        Storm doors 77
        Door air leakage 73
        Door water leakage 81
        Closet doors 86
        Bathroom doors 88
        Door Jambs 89
        Doorknobs 89
Helping others 91

 

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