Norfolk Mold Inspection | Norfolk Mold Testing
If you are observing strange conditions in the indoor environment of your home or business in the wonderful area of Norfolk, Virginia, you may have a issue with mold. Unless you have dealt with problems like this in the past, chances are that you are not sure where to turn or what to do next. That’s where MI&T comes in! The inspectors at Mold Inspection and Testing Norfolk, Virginia are operating to aid home and business owners just like yourself who are anxious mold may be seriously impacting their indoor air quality.
Elevated mold for an indoor environment is not something that should be taken carelessly. Lateset studies show that inhaling the spores that are released into the air by this fungus on a normal basis can have serious health consequences; this is specifically true for the young and elderly, as well as those with pre-existing conditions. Unfortunately, companies that handle the remediation of these types of problems often take advantage of people’s fears in order to get more work. Other than giving you the steps to remedy a problem, we are not linked with any part of the remediation process. For this reason, you can trust that the results you get from us are in fact accurate.
While mold can potentially be dangerous, it is also important to know that there are “normal” levels of mold in every indoor environment. We also want you to know that certain types of mold are NOT toxic and can be treated by yourself without an expensive restoration company. In order to find out exactly what is going on at the property in question, we carry out Mold Testing Norfolk, Virginia. This is done by comparing an outside sample from your area to an inside sample to see if levels are normal or elevated. Our assessor may suggest additional testing to get a clearer picture of a situation. This may include additional air samples from separate rooms or inside walls, or surface samples when visible mold is seen.
The overall goal of a Norfolk Mold Inspection in Virginia is to confirm or deny the presence of a mold problem, find the source, find out how bad it is, and how far it has spread. The mold tests our technicians conduct have the capability to make sure all of the above are accomplished. While every situation is different, everyone employed by MI&T Norfolk has seen limitless number of problems very similar to yours. You can be sure that by the point in time our report is finished you will have a much better comprehension of what is going on and exactly what does or does not need to happen.
From time to time we get results showing that no problem exists and no further action is needed. We have no problem telling you this as we do not gain from your results unlike other companies. In cases where a problem is present, we provide every client with a comprehensive protocol for remediation. Whenever a location is tested we can make an exact suggestion for work that needs to be done. Our report will lay out all the steps that you or a professional mold remediation company should do in order to get rid of a problem.
If you have any questions or are looking to schedule your mold inspection Norfolk, Virginia please call us today at 757-541-2991.
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