MOLD TESTING – MOLD INSPECTORS
TYPES OF MOLD TESTS
Air samples are the most common and involve collecting air samples in the mold-affected area and analyzing them for the presence of mold particles.
Surface samples involve collecting samples from walls, furniture, and other surfaces and testing them for the presence of mold.
Bulk samples are the least common and involve collecting and analyzing samples of material from the affected area, such as insulation or carpeting.
HIRE A PROFESSIONAL
When you hire a mold testing professional, they’ll inspect the home for any visible signs of mold growth, such as a musty odor, discolored surfaces, or water damage. If they find any of these signs, they’ll take samples from the area and send them to a lab for testing. The lab results will identify the type of mold present, its concentration, and whether or not it’s considered hazardous. This information will help determine the best course of action for resolving the issue.
Expertise and Experience
Proper Equipment and Testing
Avoid Health Risks
There are several different methods of sampling for mold, including air sampling, surface sampling, and bulk sampling.
Once samples have been collected, they need to be analyzed in a laboratory to determine the presence and concentration of mold spores.
Interpretation of Results
It’s important to interpret the results in the context of the specific situation and the potential health risks to occupants of the building.
How It Works
If you think you have a mold problem in your home or office, don’t hesitate to contact Air Quality Experts to have it tested. Mold testing will give you the information you need to identify the type of mold present and the best way to address the issue.