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Mold Inspection

A mold inspection is a process in which a trained professional or mold inspector assesses a building or property for the presence of mold. 

Mold is a type of fungus that can grow in damp and humid environments and can pose health risks and cause damage to structures if left unchecked. It's important to note that mold inspections are typically carried out by trained professionals, like True Mold Specialists who have expertise in identifying and assessing mold issues.

Trusted Mold Removal Company in Miami

Having mold problems in your home or business is an alarming situation. Therefore, it is best that you find professionals who can help remove these problems. Here at True Mold Specialist, no amount of mold or project is too big or small for us!

We are experts in mold removal services and we will assist you in every step of the way. Here are the key steps that we will do when doing our inspection

Visual Inspection

The inspector will begin by conducting a thorough visual examination of the property, looking for visible signs of mold growth. This includes inspecting areas where moisture is likely to accumulate, such as basements, crawl spaces, bathrooms, kitchens, and around windows and pipes.

Surface Sampling

If mold is suspected but not visible, the inspector may take surface samples from areas such as walls, ceilings, or floors. These samples are also sent to a laboratory for analysis to confirm the presence of mold

Moisture Assessment

Moisture is a key factor in mold growth. The inspector will use moisture meters and other tools to assess the moisture levels in various areas of the building. High moisture levels can indicate conditions conducive to mold growth.

Inspection Report

Based on the findings of the inspection, the mold inspector will provide a detailed report that includes information on the location and extent of mold growth, the types of molds identified (if applicable), moisture sources, and recommended remediation steps.

Air Sampling

In some cases, air sampling may be conducted to determine the presence of mold spores in the indoor air. Air samples are collected using specialized equipment and sent to a laboratory for analysis. This can help identify the types and concentrations of mold spores present.

Having molds in your home, office, or building is not a laughing matter. Not only does it pose health risks but also damage property which can be irreparable. 

If you suspect that you have mold problems in your area, get started and book an appointment today!


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