OMT Services, LLC

Michael A. Pariso
317-379-5500 Call
mpariso60@gmail.com Email
Noblesville, Indiana License Number
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“There’s Comfort in KnoMikeParisowing” is the tag line for OMT Home Inspections. There’s comfort in knowing that OMT has over 35 years of experience in the building trades; there’s comfort in knowing that we use the most advanced, State of the Art inspection equipment available to supplement that working experience; there’s comfort in knowing that your home will be safe and secure for your family. We pride ourselves on exceeding our customer’s expectations! We know there are a lot of home inspection companies that you can choose from, but when you compare everything included – from experience in the building trades to advanced certifications to state of the art inspection equipment and team building attitude, you’ll agree that OMT is exceptionally qualified and your best value.  If your  inspector misses anything, we’ll buy your home back.

Michael was wonderful, informative and inclusive! I felt very comfortable with everything he explained to me during the process. I would definitely recommend him!
- M.B.,

Michael was great and willing to explain things and answer any questions we had!
- M.M.

Professional, timely, courteous, considerate, knowledgeable, thorough. I received a much-appreciated education regarding mold. Thank goodness I had no mold issues! Thank you, Mike.
- B.S.

Great job and was very detailed in the explanation of the problems that was found. Will do this again if the time and place become available again. Thanks! 
- F.V.

Professional, Informative, and Thorough! Thanks
- C.N.

Michael will be my main contact for a home inspection!
- T.L

Great service! It was a very pleasant experience, and we feel very informed and happy with our inspection. 
- M.E.

 

Mold Inspections and Testing

Molds and funguses are neither plants nor animals; they are part of the Kingdom Fungi. The main role of fungi in the natural ecosystem is to recycle dead materials, such as dead leaves, trees, insects and animals into their basic raw materials to be used again by nature. Yeast, mold, mildew and mushroom are terms commonly used to refer to fungi.

Vampires, werewolves and “toxic black mold” are all legends! Mold come in many different colors, including white. “Black mold” is not a species or specific kind of mold and may not be toxic. Several types and colors can produce toxic by-products which may pose heal risks to humans.

Molds are naturally occurring and found everywhere, even in the cleanest of homes. Molds and fungi are not usually a problem inside the home, unless the spores land on wet or damp surfaces and begin to grow. That’s why a certified inspection for moisture intrusion – which is the primary cause of mold growth – is so important when you are buying or selling a home.

Taking air samples during a mold inspection is important for several reasons.  Mold spores are not visible to the naked eye, and the types of mold present can often be determined through laboratory analysis of the air samples.  Having samples analyzed can also help provide evidence of the scope and severity of a mold problem, as well as aid in assessing human exposure to mold spores.  After remediation, new samples are typically taken to help ensure that all mold has been successfully removed.
 

Air samples can be used to gather data about mold spores present in the interior of a house.  These samples are taken by using a pump that forces air through a collection device which catches mold spores.  The sample is then sent off to a laboratory to be analyzed.

Termite Inspection

If you’re purchasing a home or selling your home, there’s a good chance that the purchase agreement will be contingent upon a WDO/Pest Inspection. The standard report form commonly used to present the results is the NPMA-33 Form, which can only be signed by a licensed WDO inspector working for a licensed company. The report represents an entailed a thorough inspection of the complete exterior and interior of the structure for wood destroying pests and organisms. The inspector will need access to the entire exterior, including the roof structure/attic, all interior rooms and access to the basement or crawlspace. The inspector will be looking for Termites, Beetles, excessive moisture conditions and other adverse conditions and damage as a result of those conditions. Upon completion of the inspection, the inspector will go over al findings and recommendations with the client and issue the NMPA-33 form which is accepted by lending institutions, including VA/FHA loans.

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