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Mold Inspections for Raleigh & The Triangle

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Mold Inspections for The Triangle

Mold growth can be easily prevented by controlling the levels of moisture you have in your Raleigh home.  It is easy to see why, as mold spores are known to spread quickly, so it is important to assess and treat the problem before it becomes severe.

Since 1980, Steve Smallman Property Inspections has completed hundreds of mold inspections all over The Triangle!  We have seen firsthand how easily mold can propagate, and it can have serious adverse effects on your health, including persistent dry coughing and sore or scratchy throat.  You may also exhibit itchy eyes or skin, as well as a worsening condition and severe allergic reactions. 

Professional Raleigh Mold Inspections

At Steve Smallman Property Inspections, we are qualified to perform a wide array of testing and inspection services throughout the The Triangle area.  Our locally hired and trained testing staff is qualified to execute all of our wide variety of services.  When they are dispatched to your home or property, they check every area thoroughly, including:

  • Air Sampling
  • Surface Sampling
  • Moisture Mapping
  • Intense Visual Inspection
  • And much more!

Your home can be seriously adversely affected by mold. In order to diagnose and repair mold growth, the moisture issue must be located and remedied. Our mold inspection services will help you to reduce or prevent serious structural damage to your Raleigh home in as little as one day.

Steve Smallman Property Inspections for your Raleigh Mold Inspections

With a complete mold inspection comes complete mold protection!  At Steve Smallman Property Inspections, we make sure that mold and mildew deposits do not contaminate your air quality and adversely affect your health. Call us at (919) 669-3639 and let our peerless inspection services help you today, or fill out the form below and we will contact you shortly.  Steve Smallman Property Inspections is your inspection headquarters in Raleigh!

Property Inspection Services
Serving Raleigh & The Triangle




Steve Smallman Property Inspections, LLC is pleased to offer these specialized inspection services to our customers.


If you’re the first-ever occupant of your brand-new home, you have specific inspection needs before moving in. We inspect your new home before your final walkthrough to add an objective set of experienced eyes to help protect your investment. We also do pre-drywall inspections.


New homes may come with a warranty that lasts a year. An 11-month inspection is key in terms of taking advantage of what your warranty guarantees. We check for anything covered by your warranty before it expires so that the proper party is responsible for any repairs.


Selling a home? A pre-listing inspection gives you an advantage. Letting us identify maintenance needs before you sell lets your home enter the market in its very best state free from defects that could cause potential buyers to turn away from what could be a golden opportunity for everyone.


Life moves so quickly that general and even significant home maintenance can sometimes be forgotten. Furthermore, some routine home maintenance items are difficult to spot without the proper experience. Let our highly-trained inspectors give your home a check-up and help you prioritize regular home maintenance to save money and to help keep your family safe.


Termites and other wood-destroying insects cause millions of dollars of damage per year to buildings all over North Carolina. Our inspectors are all Registered Pest Control Technicians with the NC Department of Agriculture Structural Pest Control Division. We are affiliated with Cooper Pest Control to provide the wood-destroying insect reports (WDIR) required by many mortgage lenders.


Radon – an odorless, colorless gas – naturally occurs in most soil. It’s also the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers in North America. We can perform the EPA-recommended radon testing that determines whether or not you are being exposed to safe levels of radon within your home.