MI&T is a licensed Texas Mold Assessment Company and only hires licensed Texas mold consultants. Mold Inspection & Testing Carrollton TX is within our Dallas mold inspectors service area. If you are experiencing symptoms of indoor mold growth, we can evaluate your property to get you the answers you want to know. Are the issues coming from indoor fungus? Where is it coming from? What do you need to do in order to fix it? These are all questions that can be answered with a Carrollton Mold Inspection.
What is included when you decide to use our service you ask? Well we send a licensed Texas mold consultant, the most respected credential a mold inspector can have in the entire country to your property. They will start with a thorough visual of the entire property from attic to crawlspace and everything in between. From here they will determine what they consider to be the area(s) of greatest concern. Our basic Carrollton mold testing includes 1 inside and one outside air sample to determine if elevated conditions exist within the property or not. If an inspector finds red flag areas like excess moisture or visible mold growth, they will recommend additional samples (air or surface) be collected.
Our Carrollton mold inspector takes all the samples collected and sends them into an independent lab for analysis. If the results show that elevated conditions do in fact exist, you will be provided with a detailed report for how to get rid of the problems. This report will include a protocol for you or a professional mold remediation company to complete and return your indoor air quality to normal.\
Whether you can here because you’ve recently had water damage, are feeling sick, or simply notice something out of the ordinary, we have done countless Carrollton mold inspections for cases just like yours. You can be sure that if there is a problem, we will find it and get you the information you need to get rid of it. If you have any questions or would like to speak with a customer representative at MI&T, just call 972-559-4115.
Last updated: June 28, 2013 at 20:46 pm