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UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK/SOIL INSPECTION: The Northeast contains the largest concentration of homeowners utilizing oil as a fuel for heat, hence the largest amount of installed oil tanks. In past years, many homeowners have switched from oil to gas heat leaving abandoned oil tanks in the ground. These tanks may exist on a property unbeknownst to anyone. An underground storage tank sweep of the property can reduce your risks associated with a leaking underground oil tank. In the case where an underground storage tank is known, you are advised to have a soil test to determine if the tank has ever leaked. Either a tank sweep and/or soil test should be performed prior to settlement. Please contact our office to arrange your tank sweep and/or soil test.
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MOLD INSPECTION: Mold, mildew or fungus growing in any building is a sign of a moisture problem. Some types of mold have been linked to health effects ranging from mild to severe for some people. Sometimes mold is visible but other times it can be hidden behind walls. A mold screening which uses a sophisticated piece of equipment to obtain air samples throughout a building can detect mold spores behind walls. If you have concerns about mold you are recommended to have a mold screening performed during your home inspection. Mold sampling and mold screenings are performed by House 2 Home Inspection Services.