Frequently Asked Questions
These are some of the primary FAQs asked about mold growth. We hope this information helps you increase your mold-knowledge
Molds belong to the kingdom of fungi. This organism comprises tiny mycotoxins in the form of spores. When mold finds the ideal growing condition, it propagates its spores in the air, causing dangerous health and respiratory issues.
Most molds are found in damp, humid areas, where the light access is minimum. Therefore, molds can be found in leaking pipes, ceilings, the basement, attic, stores, old furniture, yachts, or wooden objects.
While molds may cause much damage if present in less concentration, intense mold populations can cause a series of respiratory allergic reactions. Some symptoms include sneezing, coughing, itchiness, skin redness, allergies, bronchitis, sinusitis, shortness of breath, and triggered asthma.
Molds are present in residential property, commercial buildings, yachts, outdoors, or indoors. The type of mold can be detected by a series of laboratory tests and professional reports by taking samples.
Mold thrives in moisturized environments with little to no light. These organisms are fond of humidity, darkness, and moisture; therefore, the primary causes of their growth can be water leakage, flooding, and not proper cleaning.
Mold remediation is possible with the help of experts like Mold Testers. Give us a call on our toll-free number and get your appointment today. We will inspect your building and locate hidden mold growth. The samples will be sent to the laboratory for analysis of the results. We will also provide complete disinfection services to get your home free from the mold-damage.
The most common symptoms of the presence of molds include a mushy smell, constant respiratory issues, damage to the building’s infrastructure, or triggered asthma.
Our highly trained staff visits your property and locates molds, both visually and by high-tech machinery. We also conduct air quality test to property analyze the damage caused my molds. Our team takes the mold sample and sends it to the laboratory for rigorous testing. A detailed report is drafted that includes complete mold details, air quality report, and recommendations from the experts.