Are you concerned about mold in your home or business? A professional mold inspection will help you pinpoint mold problems and get rid of them once and for all.
Not only can mold cause unsightly property damage, but it can also make you sick! Certain types of mold spores will cause nose, throat, and eye irritation; allergies; and respiratory problems. When household members suffer from chronic respiratory issues, mold spores in the home are often to blame.
When you need a mold inspection, only the best will do. Our team of highly qualified mold inspection professionals are licensed, insured, and certified.
Don’t wonder any longer! Contact us to schedule your mold inspection appointment today.
When you schedule a mold inspection with Bryant Clean Air, our friendly and knowledgeable team will arrive on time and fully prepared to conduct a thorough assessment of your property. We’ll begin by discussing any specific areas of concern or problems that have led you to believe you may have a mold issue.
Once we’ve gathered this background information, we’ll conduct a thorough visual inspection of your home or business. We’ll also test your indoor air quality to determine if mold spores are currently present in the air you breathe. If we find evidence of mold, we’ll take samples and send them off to our certified lab for testing.
You can expect a quick turnaround time. Once the testing is complete, you’ll receive a microbiologist-certified lab report. This will tell you what type of mold you’re dealing with and whether it poses any health risks to you and your family. We’ll follow up to review your testing results and discuss any mold remediation recommendations.
Residential Mold Inspection
Your home should be a safe place for you and your family. You should never have to worry that it’s making you sick! A thorough mold inspection is the first step to locating hidden mold spores, so you can eliminate them once and for all.
If you’re thinking of buying a home, it’s critical to schedule a mold inspection. Before placing a home on the market, it’s common for owners to add cosmetic upgrades like new flooring and a fresh coat of paint. However, these upgrades can cover up serious mold issues. Mold damage can also occur after a house is listed. Anything from a leaky roof to high humidity caused by a lack of AC can create mold damage. Unfortunately, it’s also often hidden in places that regular home inspectors won’t see.
Protect yourself, your family, and your investment by working with Bryant Clean Air’s certified mold inspectors before you buy!
“Wonderful staff! We had them do an antimicrobial fog to disinfect the entire home. The service was exceptional! I would highly recommend them to anyone.”S.P.
5 Reasons to Schedule a Mold Inspection
Are you wondering whether you need a mold inspection for your home or business? If any of the following warning signs apply to your situation, you’ll want to schedule an appointment right away.
1. Visible Mold
If you see mold growing on your walls, ceiling, or anywhere else in your home or business, it’s a good indicator that there’s probably mold growing out of sight as well.
Some mold has a white, thread-like appearance while other types grow in clusters that appear as black, gray, grown, green, or white spots. Mold growing behind wallpaper or vinyl may appear pink, purple, or orange. Strange spots that “could” be mold also warrant an inspection so you can find out for sure.
2. Water Damage
Have you been dealing with a roof leak, burst pipe, flooding, or other water damage? The moisture and humidity that remain after water damage occurs are common causes of mold growth. Watch out for signs of water damage. This may include discoloration on the walls, ceiling, or floor; peeling paint; or wallpaper that is bubbling or cracking.
3. A Musty Smell
A foul, “musty” odor is often a sign that mold is growing in a hidden area. Even though you can’t see it, there’s a good chance that you’re still inhaling potentially dangerous spores.
4. Physical Symptoms
A runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing are all signs of mold exposure. Inhaling dangerous mold may also cause headaches, stuffiness, a sore throat, and breathing issues. If these symptoms aren’t linked to another physical problem, mold spores are possibly to blame.
5. New Property Purchase
Any time you purchase a residential or commercial property, it makes sense to schedule a professional mold inspection in addition to your standard property inspection. This will help protect you from purchasing a property with hidden mold problems.