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Air Quality Testing / Mold Removal Abatement Hoarders Home

Air Quality / Mold Testing


Air Quality Testing / Mold Removal Abatement

1. There is a stale and musty odor persistent inside your home. 2. The stale and musty odor clings to the fabric in your home such as your curtains, linens and clothes, even when they have just been washed. 3. There are speckles of black and white appearing on various surfaces in your home, especially present in areas near your HVAC system or areas containing plumbing. 4. There are yellow spots forming on your ceiling or walls. 5. The speckles or the yellow spots reappearing no matter how often you clean them. 6. The cardboard items in your home or garage always seem to feel damp. 7. You see black stains or what appears to be mold forming around windows or on baseboards. 8. These black stains are unable to be cleaned, or if they are cleaned, keep re-appearing.

General mold inspections are a visual examination of a home or building’s environmental condition to determine if your property has mold or the potential to grow mold in the future.During your initial mold inspection your inspector will determine exactly what has caused microbial growth to occur and whether the contamination has spread airborne in your home.

Testing can also be referred to as sampling. The purpose of a mold test is to determine the presence of mold spores in an indoor environment, mold is all around us, some good some bad. our mold testing will determine what kind of mold genus were found, the amounts found in the air or a surface and if the amount of spores found are normal for that environment or elevated.Another purpose of a mold test is to determine the cause of the indoor air quality problems and the solution.

Remediation is a process by which mold problems are corrected. Mold removal team of Michiganprovides remediation services, taking all the necessary precautions to ensure each room is properly contained so cross-contamination does not occur. Cross-contamination is when an infected room contaminates another area. This can happen when the infected room is not properly contained, allowing airborne mold spores to contaminate the other areas.