The biggest problem with black mold and even mold in general is that it is insidious and sneaky. Just because you cannot see it with the naked eye doesn’t mean it isn’t there, and isn’t causing damage whether to your health or your property! So, how do you find mold in your home if you cannot see it? Keep an eye out for these telltale signs of mold growth and schedule a professional mold inspection as soon as possible.
The easiest way to identify mold in your home is to call in a professional mold inspector who can use tests like the air quality test to help you determine if you have mold in your home, and who can help you identify the type of mold you have.Schedule Inspection >
A professional mold inspector will examine the exterior and interior of a property looking for mold growth or any potential signs of mold. They will also be paying attention to risk factors for future mold growth. They will take samples to confirm whether or not there is hidden mold growth and will take samples of any visible mold to establish its species. Learn more about professional air quality testing and mold inspection.
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