Residential

Residential

Our main goal is to protect you and your family by identifying the safety of your residential property.

We are considered one of the top-rated companies for air quality testing services in Florida. Buying a new home? Amazing! Now the first thing you should have in mind (and in your budget) is a residential inspection. That way, potential problems are identified and corrected. An inspection for mold or mold-related problems should be included in the inspection. Homes come with many variables, especially when purchasing one that may have many unknown issues.

Once the inspection is complete, ask the inspector if any mold or potential issues were identified. That information should be detailed in the official report. This is important because some inspectors will not list issues about mold as a way of avoiding liability. In addition to an inspection, request a seller’s full disclosure covering any mold problems that are not visible. If the seller does not want to provide full disclosure, you can always have a mold-related contingency added to your offer.

If you are not in the buying market but instead are looking to rent, you should investigate and get advice on different issues regarding the property. For example:

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Noticing pre-existing damages: Like the ones caused by water or any other type of situation that can lead to mold.

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Dirty A/C system: This condition can cause dust accumulation around the ceiling or the A/C vents.

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Leasing signing protection: Be aware of the scams. Get tenant insurance and ask for a walk-through inspection, read the lease agreement, understand notices and eviction terms, leave a paper trail, and discuss a lease-breaking in case of an environmental hazard.

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If no disclosure was provided nor a contingency offer made, and you suspect a mold problem after settling into your home. You should hire a professional mold testing company on your own.

Under Florida landlord-tenant laws, mold resulting from a tenant’s carelessness qualifies as excessive property damage. This means that the landlord will be able to deduct the cleaning costs from the security deposit when they move out. Have in consideration that It’s their responsibility to fix health-related issues, and promote a healthy living environment.

For these and many other reasons, we step in to help put things into perspective about what you’re getting into financially and most importantly, your safety. ETA is with you every step of the way.

residential

Our main goal is to protect you and your family by identifying the safety of your environment.

We are considered one of the top-rated companies for air quality testing services in Florida. Buying a new home? Amazing! Now the first thing you should have in mind (and in your budget) is a residential inspection. That way, potential problems are identified and corrected. An inspection for mold or mold-related problems should be included in the inspection. Homes come with many variables, especially when purchasing one that may have many unknown issues.

Once the inspection is complete, ask the inspector if any mold or potential issues were identified. That information should be detailed in the official report. This is important because some inspectors will not list issues about mold as a way of avoiding liability. In addition to an inspection, request a seller’s full disclosure covering any mold problems that are not visible. If the seller does not want to provide full disclosure, you can always have a mold-related contingency added to your offer.

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If you are not in the buying market but instead are looking to rent, you should investigate and get advice on different issues regarding the property. For example:

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Noticing pre-existing damages: Like the ones caused by water or any other type of situation that can lead to mold.

check

Dirty A/C system: This condition can cause dust accumulation around the ceiling or the A/C vents.

check

Leasing signing protection: Be aware of the scams. Get tenant insurance and ask for a walk-through inspection, read the lease agreement, understand notices and eviction terms, leave a paper trail, and discuss a lease-breaking in case of an environmental hazard.

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If no disclosure was provided nor a contingency offer made, and you suspect a mold problem after settling into your home. You should hire a professional mold testing company on your own.

Under Florida landlord-tenant laws, mold resulting from a tenant’s carelessness qualifies as excessive property damage. This means that the landlord will be able to deduct the cleaning costs from the security deposit when they move out. Have in consideration that It’s their responsibility to fix health-related issues, and promote a healthy living environment.

For these and many other reasons, we step in to help put things into perspective about what you’re getting into financially and most importantly, your safety. ETA is with you every step of the way.

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