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Mold Inspection & Testing
A mold problem can only be diagnosed through a complete mold inspection that includes an onsite assessment by a certified inspector, moisture readings and, most importantly, testing of the air and surfaces.
When a mold contamination is found within a property following mold testing and an onsite inspection, mold remediation should be pursued immediately to avoid harm to property occupants and cross-contamination.
Allergens and other contaminants can often exist within a property. These contaminants may settle into hidden areas such as air ducts or the attic, but are disturbed by any airflow within the property.
The presence of elevated levels of harmful contaminants within a property must be addressed immediately. Specialized decontamination protocols will purify air and surfaces to prevent further exposure by occupants.
Concerns over a possible contamination by lead, asbestos, volatile organic chemicals, radon gas or other substances must be addressed through speicalized testing of the air or surfaces around the property.
Damage resulting from water damage, fire damage or a biohazard situation should be remedied quickly through the use of special equipment and materials by certified technicians to avoid extended damage.