I had a customer who used me to clean some carpets in a house he is planning on selling back in early May, over 2 months ago. It happens that since I worked for him, and I don't know when, the basement had flooded. Matter of fact is flooded again right now. I have no idea how long it was left in a flooded state. Could have been days or even weeks easily. Wood floors are buckling slightly and some minor looking mold growth on the carpets. They had huge dehu's in there today and the carpet and pad was bone dry as checked by a moisture probe. I was extra careful with this job when I cleaned for them and made sure it was perfectly dry when I was done. Now there is a small amount of mold growth in a few places in both the large rooms I cleaned for them. The bedroom has just several quarter sized spots that I think could be treated. The large living room has a larger area of mold a few feet in length and width. I have never in all my years seen anything quite like this and I'm certain the water damage in the basement is the cause. At this point they are not trying to pin the blame on me, but you never know what someone might do. Could I clean this and kill the mold in the carpet? Probably, but should I is what I'm asking? I DO NOT do water damage or mold remediation so I do not feel I'm qualified to say anything other than what I told them which was the carpet needs replaced under the insurance for flood damages. Does anyone agree or should I have at least tried to clean and kill the mold? Pretty sure it could be done, but liability is what concerns me most.