Mold has become one of the largest concerns for home owners and home buyers alike. Mold is something that can be found everywhere in the world. Mold becomes a problem though, whenever it starts to accumulate.
Mold effects everyone differently. What may affect you, may not effect someone else. But the bottom line is that it should not exist in visible amounts in our home.
Often times though, mold is not accessible or visible. But that is why having a proper mold test performed by an IAC2 Certified Mold and Air Specialist (such as us) is so important. Our mold testing methods can help you find out if you have an air issue in your home. So contact us for more information.
Mold and Air Testing
There are many types of mold around us, and they can effect you and your home in different ways. Mold can start growing indoors when the spores float inside from outdoors and land on surfaces that are damp. Exposure to mold and mold spores can cause ill health effects both in the short term and the long term.
Our mold testing is designed to determine the quality of the air and if mold spores exist in your air. Mold that gets established can gradually destroy the things it grows on – which means critical parts of your home. More importantly, it can harm your health. You can prevent damage to yourself and your home, and save money by having proper mold testing.
Indoor Air Quality
The overall indoor air quality of your home can be difficult to determine on your own – and impossible for most to determine at all. So how can you tell if your home’s air quality is good?
Indoor air testing is one of the best ways to determine if the air you are breathing is clean, and free of excessive mold. But to really take care of any mold issues in your home, the moisture needs to be taken care of first.
If you need indoor air quality testing done, contact us!