Furniture, Furnishings & Appliances Mold Inspection Steps
Furniture and furnishings such as rugs are often made of wood, fabrics, and
other cellulose-based materials that are ideal mold food. Mold on furniture,
furnishings, and rugs often arises from high indoor humidity (above 70%)
some or all of the time, water wicking up into the concrete floor from the
ground beneath the concrete slab or floor, flooding, and roof and plumbing
Furniture and furnishings mold inspection starts with a very careful visual
inspection of all surfaces of the inspected item including the bottom and
back sides, two of the most popular mold-growth locations. Take off
sofa and chair cushions to inspect all sides of the cushions as well as the
area beneath the cushions. You can use a
to mold test upholstery fabric.
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.
Mold Inspector Directory
Industrial Hygienist Training
Industrial Hygienist Directory
Mold Inspection Blog Questions & Answers
Mold growth in the bottom of a rug that was on a wet marble
floor (wet because of water wicking up from the ground) in an expensive
Makati, Philippines, mansion, 2011.
Mold growing on Venetian blinds of a window in a Hong Kong
Picture of advanced mold growth inside and outside of a sofa cushion.