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Sick as a dog and don't know why?
Smell something musty?
See staining and not sure if it's mold?

Had a leak and suspect you might have mold?

Test your home and have results back within days.

Two most common reasons to test for mold: 

Buying a Home

Home inspections look for visible mold growth.

Unfortunately this isn't the full picture.

If a house has mold growth the problem doesn't leave automatically. Mold needs to be removed forcefully. 

Mold tolerance varies from person to person. Just because the current owners don't show signs of mold exposure doesn't mean mold isn't there.

If mold is found; don't fret. We can typically schedule you within a few days so you can close on time.

Lingering Sickness

Mold exposure has been shown

to have the following effects:

  • Asthma

  • Sore Throat

  • Sinus Infections

  • Respiratory Issues

  • Muscle Aches

  • Neurological Issues

  • Coughing

  • Sneezing

  • Itchy, Watery Eyes

  • Headaches

  • Fibromyalgia

Since mold sensitivity varies from person to person it is possible (and common) that only one or two people in a household feel the effects of mold exposure. 

If you suspect mold, or even if you're not sure, its worth a test for peace of mind.

Lab-Verified Results

Three petri dishes with various amounts and kinds of mold growing

All tests are sent overnight to a third-party lab to verify the type and amount of mold spores found.

Types of tests available:

  • Air Sample: The most common type of test. We pull one cubic meter of air through a filter to see the average spore count in a room.

  • Tape: A piece of "tape" is placed on growing mold to verify the type of mold.

  • Viability: An air sample is taken and the lab attempts to grow mold from the spores to verify if the spores are able to reproduce.

Results for air and tape tests are typically received within 2-3 business days.

Rush requests are available.

Viability test results are typically 7+ days

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