Not all MOLD Lab Reports confirms TOXIC MOLD, unfortunately this one does.
What is the Mold Inspection Process?
During the investigation we will do a complete visual inspection of all accessible areas of the home, locate potential water penetration and other problem conditions, and search for any visible evidence of mold growth throughout the habitable areas of the property during this inspection.
On some occasions evidence of a problem condition cannot be visually seen, but must be detected instead by taking air samples for analysis. Typically, air samples are taken of the outdoor and indoor air for spore collecting. This is done to determine if mold spore counts filtered from the indoor air are unusually high in comparison to the mold spore count filtered from the air just outside your property. It also indicates types of mold at the property. This is a typical and basic test that is often done as part of a professional mold inspection routine.
Mold Lab Tested
After the samples are sent to an accredited 3rd party laboratory for analysis, MOLD911 will contact you within a couple of days and provide a copy of the lab results and a written report produced by MOLD911. This written report will explain the lab results and our findings in plain, easy-to-understand English. It will also include a plan for explaining the severity of mold growth in your property as well as the remediation process necessary to remove the mold and any steps necessary to prevent the mold from reoccurring.
Mold Remediation Assessment Report
A written report of our mold inspectors findings, including color digital photos, spore levels and types, and our inspectors final conclusions and recommendations will be e-mailed to you as one final comprehensive report. Only when our professional mold inspector has reported the locations and severity of your mold problem, and cited the reason for, and solutions to the infestation, can you know what you are up against.
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