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Bathroom Mold Inspection Steps

Bathroom mold can result from several different water intrusion problems, including: (1) leaky water supply and water drain pipes both visible and hidden beneath a bathtub and in shower walls and bathroom walls;
(2) elevated humidity (above 70%) from the combination of taking baths and showers with inadequate room ventilation to get rid of the humidity, e.g., the lack of a strong bathroom exhaust fan that exhausts the humid bathroom air directly to the outdoors.

Bathroom mold inspection is effective when you utilize these inspection steps: (1) close visual inspection of all surfaces in the bathroom for water problems and mold growth; (2) careful visual inspection inside all areas of the sink cabinet; (3) using a professional quality moisture meter to scan the floor, walls, and ceiling for elevated levels of hidden moisture;
(4) visual inspection for mold inside bathroom exhaust register, fan, and duct; (5) fiber optics inspection inside shower and bathroom walls (because of tiling of shower and walls, it is usually best to cut the fiber optics cable entry holes into drywall on the back side of the walls); and
(6) surface sampling for deposited/landed mold in out of the way places such as on the top of the inside bathroom door trim.

Check to make sure that the bathroom's exhaust fan is actually exhausting the humid bathroom air directly to the outdoors and not to the inside of a wall, ceiling, or attic, wherein the unfortunate result would be significant hidden mold growth.

In addition, do
mold testing of the bathroom air, and of the outward air flow from the bathroom heating and cooling duct register to determine if there are elevated levels of airborne mold spores.

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Picture of toilet mold growth.
Picture of mold growth caused by a leaking toilet water supply line.

Picture of bathroom wall mold growth.
Bathroom wall mold growth above the tiled surface.
Picture of mold mushrooms growing out of a bathroom sink vanity in Penang, Malaysia.
Mold Mushrooms Growing Out of Wet & Moldy Bathroom
Sink Cabinet, Penang, Malaysia, March, 2012. Picture by
mold expert and Certified Environmental Hygienist Phillip Fry.
Picture of bathroom mold growth.
Mold growth hidden inside bathroom wall next to tub.
Picture of bathroom mold growth caused by a leaking bathtub.
Huge amount of mold growth hidden inside a bathroom wall next to the bathtub.
Picture of bathroom mold mushroom.
Mold mushroom growing out of a tile grout line from hidden mold infestation in the wall behind the tiles.
 

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