South Dakota

Are You Renting A Mold Infested Home In South Dakota

South Dakota Mold Testing and Inspections If you are renting a mold infested home in South Dakota it is important to find out what type of mold, and how much of that particular mold spore is present. There are so many things that come into play. It cost a lot of money to rent a home in the first place. Then once you finally get into get set up, you start to realize that your home is getting sick. Now you are faced with a big decision. Should you stay in the home that is getting your family sick, or should you spend a lot of money to move again? That is one question that we cannot answer for you. However, we do feel obligated to help. So what we can do is give you advice based on our experience.

We have found that renters in South Dakota have run into unforeseen problems with mold. First I’m not sure if you have renters insurance are not. Some rental insurance companies cover mold testing and some do not. So if you do have renters insurance read your policy. Look for antifungal are antimicrobial coverage. Second mold floats around in every South Dakota home. We find that if it is elevated high enough with toxic mold or black mold, those mold spores have to land somewhere. They tend to land on your furniture. Even if mold spores are dead they can still be allergenic. If the mold is at a high level your furniture may have to be cleaned professionally or in some cases disposed of. Otherwise you can carry the mold spores to your next home.

For no obligation answers to all of your mold and mildew questions call one of our mold specialists at Mold Test USA at 1-877-701-2606

If We Do Not Have Renters Insurance Who Should Pay For The Mold Testing

If you are renting a home in South Dakota, it is a good idea to have mold testing whether you think you have mold or not. Of course you can always ask your landlord if they would be willing to pay. However, we find that in most cases it is a good idea to pay for the testing yourself. This will put you in total control of your results. In some areas the landlord does not even have to show you the results. South Dakota may play by different rules. You may want to refer to the landlord-tenant act of South Dakota. Or contact an attorney if need be.

By being in control of the results, if anyone is getting sick you can take the results to your Dr. and ask them if your illness could be related to the mold found in your South Dakota home. Also when you have the results in your hands you can show your landlord that you mean business. Your results actually become scientific proof that there is in fact a mold situation in your home. God forbid, I hope it never happens but, if your landlord is not willing to work with you, you can take your results to an attorney for legal help. Either way there’s no denying mold testing is important. It is also important to use a certified mold testing firm when having your mold testing performed.

Call Mold Test USA for further assistance 1-877-701-2606