Mold inspections are a good precaution to take. For anybody that doesn’t know, mold tends to favor humid and moist areas. As anyone who has been in the area can attest, Washington, D.C.
is rather humid regardless of the time of year.
That means mold is an ever-present concern. While it might seem obvious for some, actually finding, tracking, and containing mold can be more difficult than people realize.
This is especially true in naturally humid and moist areas like DC.
Mold can damage homes, people, and pets. The spores spread in the air to affect lungs, while the mold itself will eat away at paint and wood to weaken a building and risk further damage and health issues.
Obvious mold detection can be easy, but mold can form anywhere if the conditions are right. So, we look everywhere, thoroughly and quickly, to make sure that it is found as fast as possible.
We do this because we know how dangerous mold in the D.C. area can be, so we want to get rid of it as quickly as possible so that you can breathe easier/ when you are safe and mold free, we feel better because we take mold inspection so seriously.
Mold inspection can be an involved process to ensure that all the mold is found. That’s the first step in the mold removal process, so it needs to be done right. If all the mold isn’t found, then more might sprout up later.
No one wants to have remove it twice, so we make sure to do the job right the first time. With ten years experience in mold inspection, we are the experts you can trust to make sure your mold removal needs are handled.
No one wants mold in the house, and not everyone has the skills to find it all once first found. Fortunately, experts like us have the training and equipment to make sure that all the mold is found so that you don’t have to worry about it, because once we find it, we can start the removal process so you can rest assured you are protected in your own home.
If mold is suspected or found, it needs to be tracked down and eliminated. That’s why we take mold inspection so seriously. Our company has over ten years experience mold inspection in the D.C. area.
We especially understand how dangerous and concerning mold in the home or office can be, and we have dedicated our careers to finding that mold for the sake of people’s safety and health.
Some might think finding mold is easy, and in some cases they are right. Without the training and equipment to do so thoroughly and safely, however, the chances of missing mold and allowing it inadvertently to spread is certainly possible.
Since we know how dangerous mold is, we make sure to respond to inspection requests quickly so that the mold can be found as soon as possible inspection is the first step in mold removal, and we are trained and equipped to handle the entire process. To remove the mold, though, we first have to find the mold. It’s not just equipment that get’s that job done, but training and experience
Leaking Pipes: Leaking water pipes or appliances can result in mold. The most common causes of pipe leaks are burst or frozen pipes, leaky valves and worn out washers.
Poor Ventilation: Mold requires a surface to grow on, damp surfaces provide an ideal place for mold to grow plus the dark environment is a perfect breeding ground for mold spores.
Leaking Air-Conditioning System: If you have an a/c system with a leak, mold can appear.
It is recommended that you get your air-conditioning system checked annually in order to make sure there are no problems with the system.
Improper Drainage: Excess moisture on hard surfaces like concrete can cause water to work its way underneath floor tiles and up into walls where it mixes with organic materials.
Humid Environment: If you live in an environment with rampant humid weather, there is the potential for mold spores to grow in your home.
Rainy climate, dampness and high humidity can all trigger increased mold growth inside of buildings.
Step 1: You schedule an appointment with us that best suits you.
Step 2: The inspector will arrive at your home, and speak with you regarding the state of your home. These questions are to identify any symptoms or problems that may have made your home moldy. The inspector will be speaking with you about symptoms such as water damage on walls or ceilings or dampness near windows or doors.
Step 3:If mold is suspected to be growing in an inaccessible area, the inspector may need to break a section of drywall or remove paneling to have a closer look.
Step 4: If mold is detected, the inspector will find the source of the moisture and talk to you about plans for mold removal.
Last but not least, if neccessary we also offer the best mold remediation plans, water extraction and rebuilding services!
Call us today at: (202)-773-3291 to schedule an appointment!