Phoenix Mold Inspection | Phoenix Mold Testing
Welcome to the home of the largest mold inspection only company in the nation; Phoenix Mold Inspection & Testing. Offering air and surface sample collection to determine the presence and source of indoor mold growth. When hired before a mold removal, the report we provide offers a detailed protocol for what needs to be done to remedy a situation. At the very least we should be used after an Arizona mold remediation company is hired to perform a clearance test. This will ensure the company you hired carried out all the necessary steps and have in fact brought you air quality back to normal levels.
If this is the first time that you have heard or dealt with the possibility that mold is negatively impacting your home or business; you are not alone. Dealing with indoor air quality symptoms from mold like feeling sick, strange smells, or odd sights is unfamiliar territory for most people. Questions that you have are similar or the same to many we have answered in the past. Our certified inspectors have performed numerous inspections on properties with situations just like yours. We are here to help and are happy to answer any questions that you may have prior, during, or after an appointment is made.
For anyone trying to minimize the costs of a mold remediation, mold testing Phoenix is offers just that. It may even be possible that the symptoms you are experiencing could be due to something other than mold. A mold test can also determine that the mold you see is non-toxic that you could clean by yourself. If you bring in an individual affiliated with a mold removal company, it is possible that they might not be truthful about the two situations listed above. Of course there are mold remediation companies that do operate ethically, but why would you put yourself in that situation if there is a better option out there. MI&T offers that option and can also minimize costs by specifying the exact area that needs work done. The smaller the area that needs to be contained, the smaller the bill will be.There are 2 different types of mold tests that we offer. Air samples are taken with spore traps and an air pump. These are used to take samples of air from general areas or cavities behind walls. The air samples collected inside a residence or business will be compared to an outside sample that serves as a baseline. Having a control makes our report legally binding and normal levels of mold exist in every indoor environment. Seeing what is normal for your area allows us to prove that there is indeed issues that need to be dealt with. Surface swabs or tape lifts are used when visible mold growth is present. Some species of mold are not easily airborne including the dreaded black toxic mold. That is why collecting these swabs is highly recommended as well.
Breathing in elevated levels of mold on a regular basis from living or working in a building with toxic mold growth is nothing any individual should have to experience. While it may seem like a silly topic, more and more evidence of the negative health effects of mold are coming out everyday. Symptoms are often similar to allergies not only in how it makes people feel but also because not all people are impacted equally. So do not write off someone else’s complaints simply because you do not notice the same things.
Your health and happiness is our number one priority, please call us at 623-242-2966 if you would like more specific questions about your property answered or are ready to schedule an appointment. Our inspectors serve all of Phoenix Arizona and surrounding areas including but not limited to:
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