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Mold Testing

Mold Testing in Chicagoland, IL

If you own a home in the Chicago, IL area, you’ll want to ensure that you protect your family from hazardous materials by regularly getting mold testing. Mold can be a health hazard to everyone, but certain groups are more at risk. For the elderly, people with children, and people in Chicago, mold is a great threat to their well-being and the well-being of those they love. Unfortunately, our city puts us at a higher risk for mold than the national average. Since there are many weather changes in Chicago, we see a greater instance of mold here. As mold inspectors, The Housedoctors Property Inspections is also used to identifying risk factors for mold to crop up.

Be sure your home is safe and healthy for you and your family with mold air testing. We can save you health issues and costly repairs by performing this cost effective test. I am also certified as a Moisture Analyst, to inspect Exterior Insulated Finishing Systems (EIFS) Dryvit, Stucco, by the Exterior Design Institute, which adds to our already extensive qualifications to make sure you get the most accurate information.

Who we are


The HouseDoctors, founded in 1994, is a family-owned and operated business. We have conducted thousands of inspections and consultations since our inception and are constantly finding ways to better our processes so we can best help you to receive the service you deserve. We have been proud to serve our clients throughout the Chicagoland area, tending to their needs and educating them about what it means to be a homeowner.

Who we are

Thorough Mold Inspections

While mold might seem like a small problem, it can pose huge threats to your health and overall well-being. Living in a moldy environment has been linked to a number of illnesses that affect multiple systems of the body. Elderly individuals and children tend to be more impacted by mold, but even healthy younger adults without preexisting conditions or children should take signs of mold seriously. While getting mold inspections might seem like an unnecessary expense, it’s important to get it done as soon as you suspect there might be mold in your house, both for your well-being, the well-being of those you love, and even your house’s well-being.​

When you are making sure all of that comes first, and you are safe, your priorities are in the right place. You need to put your health first. Living a healthy lifestyle is one part of staying well, but maintaining a healthy environment is an important part of maintaining wellness. Many people forget how crucial it is to minimize environmental health hazards. A mold inspection is a key step to staying healthy, even if it seems like a hassle sometimes.​

As mold inspectors, our job is to spot the mold and confirm that the discolored or oddly textured area in your house is actually mold. We give you the information you need to make informed decisions for putting your health first while treating the mold in your home. Unfortunately, we do not treat mold or get rid of it. We also don’t make recommendations on how to prevent mold from spreading. That task is best left up to professionals who take care of mold in residential properties for a living.

Core Services

ASHI Virtual Inspection

This is a virtual/interactive video from ASHI that shows the general process of an inspection.

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About the Owner

Mr. Charles Walton has been conducting home inspections in the Greater Chicagoland Area for the past 25 years. Mr. Walton holds a degree in Construction & Civil Engineering from Indiana State University, with extensive experience as a project manager with General Motors, Peoples Gas and United Parcel Service. For the last 25 years, Chuck has participated in continuing education programs of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and in 1996 and 1997 he was voted Home Inspector of the Year.