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Tips for Choosing Mold Inspection Testing
Mold occurs in moist places, growing in basements, attics and bathrooms. If left unchecked, mold can lead to serious health side effects. You’ll know mold by its signature small fuzzy black spots, which are actually forms of fungi that can be harmful to adults, children and pets. Don’t attempt to remove mold yourself. Instead, hire a professional mold inspection and testing service to do the job. Consider these tips when choosing a mold inspection and testing service:

Tip #1: Do your research on harmful effects of mold
When calling for a quote from a mold testing and inspection company, inquire as to why mold is toxic, how it heightens allergies, and how the company plans to get rid of it. Make sure the technician knows the ins and outs of mold. You can tell if you have chosen a reputable firm if the technicians don’t mind sitting down with you and explaining what mold is, where it occurs and how they attempt removal.

Tip #2: Consider the services offered by each company and narrow down by specialty
You will find that most mold inspection and testing services offer similar services, such as complete mold, mold abatement, cleaning, removal and testing. Some companies also offer mildew and asbestos abatement as well. First, they may inspect your drywall, bathroom walls or attic walls using special tools and equipment to collect the mold spores for further testing later. Some companies also offer trauma cleanup, hazardous waste disposal and structural drying.

Tip #3: Ask about experience and licensing
It’s important to look closely at the experience and license of the company. Number of years of experience and a positive track record are two top considerations when choosing mold testing and inspection companies. Also, if a technician can’t provide references, seek out services elsewhere. He may be hiding something.

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After a flood, burst pipe or other water damage, mold and mildew removal is necessary. Toxic or black fungus in a living environment leads to severe allergy or other serious health issues. Home or business owners may try to save money cleaning up themselves, but this can lead to disastrous results because they do not take the steps to prevent the release of fungal spores into the air or environment.

  • What is abatement or remediation?
    Abatement is the removal of the fungal growth following positive tests or inspection for fungal spores. Remediation is the process of removing the spores without releasing them into the environment after the initial inspection. Before a company proceeds to these steps, they test for the presence and offer a diagnosis of the type of fungal growth found in the home or business.

  • What causes the mildew or fungus growth?
    Most often residential or commercial building owners detect the fungal growth after flooding, a toilet leak or high humidity. It can take days or weeks for it to appear on formerly damp surfaces, but it's visible on walls, carpeting and wood framing.

  • What does black mold look like?
    The fungus comes in spots or patches that are blackish-green in appearance. It's easy to spot on Sheetrock walls.

  • How do professionals remove it?
    The most important step is to wear respiratory masks during removal. Sheetrock or wallboard must be carefully cleaned or taken out to prevent the harmful spores from entering the air and reaching other rooms. Fans and dehumidifiers help remove moisture from the air. Chemicals help kill and inhibit more spores from growing.


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