Mold testing can not only confirm whether or not you have mold growth in your home, private or commercial property, but can also identify the specific species of mold, giving you definitive information about its potential toxicity and the associated impact on the health and wellness of those using the space.
Hiring an experienced professional will always lead to the most accurate results.
A mold test gives you a snapshot of the number of mold spores in a certain area at the time of inspection. Since mold spores are everywhere, the only way to determine if the building has a normal fungal ecology is through a thorough visual inspection and moisture testing, thermal imaging etc.Get In Touch >
A thorough visual inspection allows for a professional mold inspector to set up a valid sampling strategy. Inspection and testing will garner a more accurate picture of the mold problem in your home, if there is one and a detailed mold removal strategy to remove the mold and repair the source of any indoor air quality concerns.
The three main types of mold tests are: Air mold testing, Surface mold testing, and Bulk mold testing
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Mold air sampling tests the concentration of mold spores in the air of a building. Samples are taken from the air and are later examined under a microscope to determine the concentration of mold.
Mold air testing can indicate if you have a mold problem even if you cannot find the mold growth through a mold inspection or with the naked and untrained eye. However, the number of mold spores can change significantly in a small amount of time and give varying results at different times.
Bulk testing involves collecting pieces of material from the home to test for mold. The materials are then taken to a laboratory where mold particles on the materials can then be examined under a microscope.
Bulk mold tests can indicate if you have a mold problem and give you a clear idea of the concentration of mold particles in your home.
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