Mold testing is often not necessary…
If you already see visible mold or can verify the obvious presence of mold in the home.
In the case that you already visually see mold in a home or office environment, we are able to offer you a Free Estimate to remediate the mold. We do recommend that formal mold testing be performed, as it is a great tool when you are uncertain if you have a more serious mold problem in other unidentified areas of a home or business structure.
Provided that you already smell mold, or what you think is mold, you will want to determine for sure that you have a mold problem. Many times, there are other issues with dampness that will need to be attended to before any remediation for mold can commence.
As noted, it is better not to diagnose a mold problem yourself. We are standing by to talk to you and provide a mold test for any mold issues that you currently have on the premises. Just contact us today and ask for a Mold Inspection with Mold Testing or a Free Estimate for Remediation.
The Advantages of Utilizing Our Mold Testing Services
We are able to assist you with any insurance claim administration, working directly with your property insurance company on mold or water damage claims. This allows you to keep costs down by eliminating a middle man, and it also reduces stressors on your end.
In this context, as with all our services, we use environmentally friendly processes, tools, and products to do our certified mold inspections. We use reliable, accurate, and proven third-party laboratories to perform the data testing on all mold samples that we collect.
In this respect, we would like to remind you that if you have any concerns regarding mold in your home or any other buildings that you own, feel free to give us a call! We are standing by to manage your mold issues and offer remediation strategies to rid your structures of any mold or mold damages.
“In situations where mold sampling might be useful, it must be performed by professionals, such as industrial hygienists who are experienced in evaluating mold issues and familiar with current guidelines and, if applicable local regulations, using a well-thought-out sampling plan.
Sampling for mold should be conducted by professionals who have specific experience in designing mold-sampling protocols, sampling methods, and interpreting results. Sample analysis should follow analytical methods recommended by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), or other professional organizations.” (Source: American Industrial Hygiene Association, AIHA)