Window Mold Inspection Steps
Water can enter
into a building through damaged, deteriorated, or defective windows, outside
window trim, degraded caulking around the outsides of windows, and degraded
or damaged siding around the windows.
In addition, significant differences between the outdoor and indoor air
temperature can cause water condensation and therefore mold growth on the
outside or inside of the window and adjoining walls. Read the
Practical Steps to
Effective window mold inspection involves the careful study of both the
outside and the indoor sides of windows, window trim, and adjoining walls
for signs of water leaks, water penetration, condensation water damage, and
mold consultants Phillip Fry and Divine Montero to find
air conditioning mold,
workplace mold, and mold hidden inside the walls, ceilings, floors,
crawl space, attic, basement, and HVAC equipment and system of your house,
condominium, office, workplace, or other building anywhere in Phoenix,
Mesa, and Scottsdale, Arizona, California, Las Vegas, USA, Canada, Hong
Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and elsewhere in Asia.
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Mold growth on a window caused by window condensation.