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Buying A New Home? Here’s How to Check for Mold Before It’s Too Late

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This infographic highlights that there is always a possibility of mold when buying a home whether the property is new or old. This resource is designed to show you where to look for mold, how best to detect the possibility of a mold issue, what type of environments mold thrives in, and the right questions to ask your home inspector, real estate agent, and seller. Moving forward with your home purchase and the possibility of mold is always a risk, we recommend hiring a professional mold inspection company to verify if there is an issue and to define the scope of work needed to solve the problem.
Infographic Designed by Q2Mark for Mold Inspection Sciences
This infographic highlights that there is always a possibility of mold when buying a home whether the property is new or old. This resource is designed to show you where to look for mold, how best to detect the possibility of a mold issue, what type of environments mold thrives in, and the right questions to ask your home inspector, real estate agent, and seller. Moving forward with your home purchase and the possibility of mold is always a risk, we recommend hiring a professional mold inspection company to verify if there is an issue and to define the scope of work needed to solve the problem. Source of infographic: https://www.moldsci.com/buying-a-new-home-infographic/ Infographic Designed by Q2Mark for Mold Inspection Sciences

Score from the experts at Killer Visual Strategies

Visual Communication - 55%
Design - 40%
Content/Script - 50%
Usability - 55%

50%

Final Grade

This infographic provides information for potential homebuyers on how to check for mold and related damage. The text of this infographic is straightforward and relevant to the main subject, although some inconsistencies in the structuring of headings and bullet points create awkward sentence constructions. The design style of this infographic is inconsistent in level of complexity, with simple spot illustrations that look out of place beside more complex background illustrations. In most illustrations, the mold elements appear to be layered on top of other designed elements, rather than integrated into the design. Heavy use of gradients, background texturing, and drop shadows and outlines around the typography make it difficult to read the text. Overall, a cluttered design undermines the readability of this infographic. We'd give this an F.

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