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Modesto Mold Inspection

Living in Modesto puts us quite a distance from the ocean. Unfortunately, that does not shield us from the risk of mold being in our homes and causing harm. Modesto has been here for a long time, and so have some of the homes, as well as the plumbing systems in those homes. Because of that, we have to be extra careful to make sure all that that aging plumbing stays in good shape, so we don’t end up with leaks that could allow mold to grow.

Take the time to look at your plumbing throughout the home to check for possible leaks. Be proactive about it, so you don’t have to be retroactive about it!

1. Firstly, check all the fittings to the walls to make sure everything is snug and there are no places that water could leak out. All of the appliances, water lines, and pipes should be checked regularly. Even those pesky water machine lines should be checked out to make sure everything is in good working order.

2. Check all of the fittings to the appliances themselves, making sure there is a tight seal on water line and drains so that there is no excess water being spewed into your beautiful home.

Even a small leak over time can cause serious damage if mold begins to grow, which it can do very quickly given the heat that we experience in Modesto.

If you do find that one of your appliances has been leaking, make sure to stop any further damage from happening. Then it would be in your family’s best interest to have a mold inspection done if you can see any damage that has been caused by the leak. The only way to be sure there is no mold growing in your home is to have an inspection and testing done by a certified inspector.



When Isaac came over, it was freaking us out a little to have an inspection done for mold, wondering what would happen if they did find anything. Luckily he explained everything to not only me but my tenant as well, putting us at ease that it will be okay and we can get it worked out. Thanks Isaac, saved me!
Billy N


Modesto Mold Inspection and Remediation


Modesto Mold in the News


Eviction ordered – Deplorable conditions cited, absentee landlord sought” – Recordnet, April 23, 2015

The residents of an apartment building in Stockton are being evicted after dangerous conditions were discovered that had been apparently going on for months or years. Residents described water flowing out of cracks in apartment walls, sewage exposure, and extreme cases of mildew and black mold. Some residents have had to be hospitalized multiple times due to exposure to the mold and mildew.

Stockton Woman Evicted After She Complained of Severe Mold” – Fox 40 News, December 11, 2012

A tenant of an apartment in Stockton says that she was evicted by her landlord after she complained about mold and water damage in the unit. The problem was apparently due to a leak in the bathroom, which soaked carpeting throughout the apartment, causing the mold and attracting cockroaches and other pests.

Rip down Del Rio? Riverbank to decide” – The Modesto Bee, May 25, 2009

The historic Del Rio Theater in Riverbank is in danger of being torn down. According to the city’s Redevelopment Agency, which purchased the historic 1940s building in 2007, recent architectural studies have found evidence of severe damage to the wood framing and support structure of the building, including mold, mildew, and dry rot. The city says that the damage is so pervasive that the building is unsafe to inhabit in its current condition.

Modesto water plant repairs studied” – The Modesto Bee, September 2007

The city of Modesto is facing a repair bill of nearly $6 million for the city’s water treatment plant. In a somewhat ironic turn of events, city workers that water had leaked in through the roof and past the building’s drainage systems, resulting in black mold that had to be removed. The city estimates that the repairs will require at least 16 months to complete.

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