Identifying & sampling mold during a Home Inspection

mold-typesDeclaratory Statement to DPBR (Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations)

Petitioner (Mark A. Cramer) sought clarification regarding the use of a home inspector license to identify and sample mold in a 10 sq. ft area.

The Department stated that Petitioner may inspect, sample, and identify visible mold, assuming the visible mold discovered during the home inspection is less than 10 square feet in area, and Petitioner is allowed to advertise mold testing, sampling, and inspections within the scope of licensure as a home inspector, so long so long as he does not use the terms “certified mold assessor,” “registered mold assessor,” “licensed mold assessor,” “mold assessor,” “professional mold assessor,” or any combination thereof stating or implying licensure as a mold assessor.

Declaratory Statements


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