Mold Testing & Sampling

Professional Real Estate Inspection Services

How Dangerous is Mold?

 

 

If you have ever seen mold growing on walls or ceilings, then you know it is visually repugnant at best. The mold growth can destroy wallpaper and paint.
The risks of mold go further than the aesthetic of your walls, floors, and ceilings though. Mold can give off an awful stench and is harmful to your health. They produce allergens and irritants that can cause you to experience symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, red eyes, and skin rash. Mold can also irritate the nose, throat, and lungs. This threat is especially serious for people with asthma and allergies.
Mold can also damage your property. It feeds on organic materials such as wood, wallpaper, drywall, carpet, fabrics, and even glue. If ignored, mold growth can even lead to the deterioration of ceilings, walls, and floors.

 

 

 

If you have ever seen mold growing on walls or ceilings, then you know it is visually repugnant at best. The mold growth can destroy wallpaper and paint.
The risks of mold go further than the aesthetic of your walls, floors, and ceilings though. Mold can give off an awful stench and is harmful to your health. They produce allergens and irritants that can cause you to experience symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, red eyes, and skin rash. Mold can also irritate the nose, throat, and lungs. This threat is especially serious for people with asthma and allergies.
Mold can also damage your property. It feeds on organic materials such as wood, wallpaper, drywall, carpet, fabrics, and even glue. If ignored, mold growth can even lead to the deterioration of ceilings, walls, and floors.

 

 

Mold Testing & Sampling

We recommend that you perform mold testing anytime you purchase a home, especially if the house has been vacant, has had a water event, or if someone is particularly sensitive to mold. We can visually observe areas of a home and try to identify moisture leaks or moisture damage that may have resulted in mold growth, but at times this can be hidden or not visible.

A mold test can help identify if elevated mold spores are present in the air, indicating potential elevated moisture concerns. Typically, mold growth can only occur where water or moisture is present. Mold spores are everywhere in the air but do not reach the lofty levels harmful to humans unless high moisture levels are current. Controlling water/moisture is the key to preventing mold growth. Construction materials provide the food source for mold, but water is the trigger to mold growth. Any hidden moisture or water leaks that are not readily visible to a home inspector will be followed with mold testing. Mold Testing can effectively conduct mold spore counts in the air and alert the inspector and buyer of the need to investigate further and remediate if higher-level results come back from the lab.

 

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Schedule Your Mold Inspection Today

 

Our professional home inspectors take these samples by using cutting-edge technology and equipment, and their expertise in the construction industry to determine areas of risk. An independent certified laboratory then analyzes the collection of microbial samples. A comprehensive report will be provided for you to make your best and informed buying or selling decision.

 

Sophisticated Tools

Mold can grow within walls and ceilings. This is why a mold inspection in Houston is crucial. Our mode testing employs sophisticated tools and technology to quickly and safely pinpoint mode growth. Call Professional Real Estate Inspection Services to schedule an appointment today.

 

Enjoy A Peace Of Mind

It is going to be nice knowing your property as passed the mode testing.

 

Serving All Areas Of Houston

Mold can grow within walls and ceilings as well. This is why a mold inspection in Houston is crucial. Our mode testing employs sophisticated tools and technology to quickly and safely pinpoint mode growth. Call Professional Real Estate Inspection Services to schedule an appointment today.

 

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