Mold Testing and Inspections
We find mold, and deliver solutions!
Mold can be seriously dangerous to your health and to the structural integrity of a home or building. In order to successfully remedy a mold problem, the problem area must be pinpointed first. Mold Solutions' experienced, IICRC-certified inspectors will thoroughly inspect your space to determine where mold growth is. Crawlspaces, attics, bathrooms, and old floorboards are common places for mold to grow, and our sensors will help us easily track growth areas, hidden or otherwise.
Once we have located the mold, we determine the cause of the growth. Mold requires moisture to grow, and we typically look for source of excessive moisture. Common sources include plumbing leaks, roof leaks, or even high humidity. Once the cause has been identified, then we provide expert advice and remediation recommendations for your unique situation.
If you believe you have mold, Contact Mold Solutions to schedule consultation today!
The quality of your indoor air is just as important to check as anything else. Indoor environments can be a significant source of pollutants that have harmful effects on our health. Between mold, allergens, VOCs, and more, there are many common pollutants that cannot be detected by visual inspection alone. Mold Solutions has the technology to measure the type and quantity of common pollutants including:
- Mold Testing
- Bacteria Sampling
- Allergen Screening
- Particle Counts
These measurements help us understand the condition of your environment, and through this, we can come up with the most accurate and effective solution to your problem. Our methods allow us to determine specific types and levels of contaminants that may be affecting your living space and health. Tests may include mold and bacteria sampling, VOC testing, particle counts, and allergen screening. Should we find mold, then we will develop a specific treatment regimen that addresses your unique needs.
- Air Quality Sample (Spore Trap)
This is a collected via an air pump and spore trap. These tests helps to identify any mold spores present in the air and samples determine the type of mold spores present. The air quality testing also detect if the airborne levels in the area are normal or elevated. These samples can be taken from any room or area of concern within a given space indoors. All samples from an area are based off of outside control samples.
- Surface Samples
There are two types of surface samples that can be taken; by swabbing or tape lifting samples. These samples are usually taken directly from the area of possible concern. These will identify the species of the growth. This often helps when determining the source of any airborne levels.
- Bulk Sample
This is done by removing a one or two square inch piece of the concerned material. The sample is then placed into a sealed plastic bag and sent in for observation. This helps us determine if a specific material is the source of the issue.