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Who Do You Call for Mold Inspection?
Who Do You Call for Mold Inspection?

Many people aren’t familiar with what we do at Air Quality Assessors until they find themselves dealing with an issue they’ve never dealt with before. Mold can be a troublesome disturbance to deal with, but luckily there are knowledgeable experts that can solve your problem so you don’t have to. We want you to be informed on how to make an educated decision on who to go to when you find you’re dealing with mold and know the full process, so here are some things to consider when you find yourself faced with a mold problem.

 

There is perhaps no houseguest more unwelcome than mold. Not only is it unsightly; untreated mold can grow out of control and cause an abundance of problems, including structural damage and even severely harm your family’s health. We aren't talking about a little bit of bathroom mold and mildew. We are talking about dangerous embedded growth that you can't get rid of by turning on your vent fan.

 

If you see any of the following signs of mold in your home, you should call the qualified inspectors at Air Quality Assessors right away:

 

·      Unexplained musty odors in any part of your home

·      Finding mysterious dirt or soot

·      Bubbling paint

·      Brown stains on your ceiling

·      Condensation such as fogged windows

·      History of past flooding or water damage

·      Health symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, rashes, congestion or headaches

 

Mold Inspection vs. Mold Treatment

The state of Florida mandates that the same company that tests for mold cannot treat any mold that may be found on your property. This is for the protection of consumer’s health and safety and to make sure you are getting the most accurate and honest service. Air Quality Assessors specializes in the detection, testing, and assessment of mold. Our three-pronged approach to mold evaluation guarantees that your home will be thoroughly vetted. If any mold is found, we will then refer you to one of our trusted mold removal partners who will work with you to make sure your property is completely clear of any damaging fungi.

 

At Air Quality Assessors, our mold testing specialists are trained and certified as Florida Licensed Mold Inspectors with the training and experience necessary to find the past and current mold growth. Not only do we check for mold, but if you have a mold problem you most likely have other hidden issues you should get inspected.

 

Our specialties include:

·      Mold assessment

·      Allergen testing

·      Water testing

·      Written protocols for mold remediation

·      Mold inspection

·      Chinese drywall

·      Bedbug DNA testing on mattresses and other surfaces

 

Here are a few things you’ll want to know about mold inspections with Air Quality Assessors:

 

We look for both past and current growth. Past mold indicates a water problem which may return if there is a specific problem like a recurring leak. 

 

We inspect both inside and outside your home. This is to find places where hidden mold can cause structural problems like inside walls and crawlspaces.

 

Some mold growth is normal. The operative word is some. However, we will test all mold found to determine if it is harmful or could be a problem in the future.

 

We look for moisture. Water is mold’s best friend so we check your property for sources of moisture that could contribute to mold growth.

 

So you feel confident is choosing Air Quality Assessors for your mold and indoor air quality needs, here is a little information about us. We have been serving Central Florida since 2010 and have almost 20 years of professional experience in the mold testing and remediation field. We operate in complete confidentiality and partner with trusted Indoor Environmental Professionals to give you unbiased results and the fast, effective solution you need to keep your home healthy and strong. 


 




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