Mold has become one of the nation’s leading health concerns. Mold has cause illnesses from mild respiratory issues, to pneumonia and even causing death. If you suspect that you have mold in your home, mold testing by a qualified mold testing company (such as ourselves) can tell you if you have a mold problem in your home.
Mold tests that monitor the air can also help you find hidden or unseen mold, measure your indoor air quality and identify what species of mold is in your home. Having air testing and knowing what you are dealing with is half the battle for the health of you and your family.
Hiring a professional mold tester who is experienced at collecting mold samples will always lead to the most accurate results. We are InterNACHI Certified Mold Inspectors and members of IAC2 Indoor Air Consultants. Our expertise, professional testing equipment, industry testing methods, and clear results will help you make informed decisions about your health and your indoor air quality.
What is Included
What is included in your mold inspection is determined by the situation, type of building, and many other factors. For instance, the mold may be visible already and surface testing would be used. Whereas other homes may not have any visible indications and air testing may be needed.
in any case, the average mold inspection includes (for the most part) examination of the following:
- moisture sources
- visual identification
- overall house conditions
- visible duct work
- and more