Mold Testing & Remediation

How Much Mold requires Professional Mold Inspection?

Most professional organizations agree that more than 10 square feet of mold growing in your home is cause to hire a mold professional. If you have mold problems in your home you should perform mold inspection, mold testing and remediation to remove mold. If the indoor mold is invisible, a mold inspection with mold test may be required.

Mold Testing & Remediation

Mold Testing

Mold testing is a process used to identify the presence, type, and concentration of mold spores in a specific environment. Mold can pose health risks and cause structural damage to buildings, making it essential to detect and address mold issues promptly. Mold testing can help homeowners and property managers determine the extent of a mold problem and guide the appropriate remediation efforts.

Mold Testing Methods

Air sampling

This method involves collecting air samples from the indoor environment and comparing them to outdoor samples to determine if there is an elevated concentration of mold spores indoors. Air samples are typically analyzed using a microscope or other laboratory techniques to identify the types and concentrations of mold levels present.

Direct Sampling

Direct sampling involves collecting samples from surfaces where mold growth is suspected. Samples can be obtained using adhesive tape, swabs, or other collection techniques. These mold counts in the samples are then analyzed in a laboratory to identify the types of mold present.

Mold Testing & Remediation

Bulk sampling

Bulk sampling involves collecting portions of materials, such as drywall or carpet, from the affected area. These samples are then analyzed to determine the presence and type of mold.

Mold inspections and testing should be performed by qualified professionals to ensure accurate results. If mold in your home is detected, appropriate mold remediation efforts should be undertaken to protect the health of occupants and the integrity of the building. In addition to remediation, addressing the underlying cause of moisture buildup is crucial to prevent mold regrowth.

Mold Testing & Remediation

Black Mold

Especially if you have a mold issue with black mold in your living space it is important to make repairs. Locating the moisture problem is always the first step to find mold. Water damage is the number one cause of a mold issue.

Basement Waterproofing Scientists Mold Inspection

If you think you may need a mold inspection, or mold remediation give us a call. We’ll take the guess work out of the mold remediation process for you. We’ll start out with a visual inspection and we’ll look for signs of mold damage. If we spot mold damage, we’ll explain the remediation process completely including the costs involved with the mold cleanup.