When you go to buy an old house, you usually have to have a home inspector go through it before you can get qualified and approved for the home loan. During the home inspection, they will look at just about everything, including the heating, the plumbing, the electrical, the foundation, the windows, and so forth. Some other services that you can hire an inspector to do include checking for asbestos, methamphetamine, and even mold. If you have recently just hired an inspector to do all of these tests and they came back positive, but you still want to go forward with the purchase of the home, then you will have to hire several different cleaning services to help you out. Let's take a closer look at some of the specific cleaning services that you should look for when you are in this situation.
Asbestos can be really hazardous for you to breathe, so you shouldn't move into your new house until all of it has been cleaned up. But because asbestos can crumble really easily and spread, you will need to hire professional asbestos removal cleaning services to get everything taken care of for you. The great thing about these services is that you won't have to worry about the hazardous materials, the mess, and the overall cleanup of everything.
Another thing that you should have professionally removed from your house is mold. Even though bathroom mold near the sink, toilet, and shower is fairly normal and can be removed with some spray bleach, if you have a lot of mold elsewhere, then you should hire a mold removal company. A mold removal company will be able to get behind the drywall and all the way up into the rafters to remove it so that you and your family aren't breathing in any hazardous air.
If the previous owners made some methamphetamine in your basement, it can be really hard to remove all of those hazardous chemicals from your home, especially on your own. When you hire a methamphetamine removal company, they will come out to your house and remove everything (even if they have to gut a lot of things) to make sure that you are moving in a house that has clean air.
As you can see, there are several services that you can use after you have failed a home inspection.Share