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.
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.
- 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
- 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.
Would you like to learn more about indoor air quality…for free?
You can receive quick reads of helpful information simply by subscribing. It’s a great way for you to continue learning ways to improve and protect the air quality in your home.
See what’s in DIY Mold Inspection – Part 5: Walls, Windows, & Doors
Table of Contents
|Why trust the author?||4|
|Sharing this book||10|
|Mold inspection book series||11|
|Gypsum wallboard ceilings||15|
|Two sides of a wall||21|
|Cool wall surfaces||21|
|Wood paneled walls||32|
|Gypsum wallboard walls||39|
|Heavily contaminated wallboard||41|
|Seepage and flooding||45|
|Wall access holes||50|
|Window water leakage||51|
|Screen condensation and mold||56|
|Window sash mold||59|
|Hidden areas around windows||61|
|Window abutment materials||69|
|Storm window weep holes||70|
|Door air leakage||73|
|Door water leakage||81|