Mold Inspection and Removal Greensboro

Toxic black mold is nothing to put on the back burner. We know your “to-do” list is long but these issues do not get better with time, in fact, they get worse. If you suspect black mold is lurking in your home or office, it’s time to call in the professionals! Not only can mold cause serious issues in your structure but more importantly, your health. Symptoms of toxic black mold syndrome include sneezing, coughing, eye irritation, headaches, fatigue, and rashes. This is especially concerning when people experiencing these symptoms already have weaker immune systems such as the elderly and children. If you or your family members are experiencing these symptoms, it’s time to have your space tested for mold. 

The Mold Inspection Process

You’re in good hands with our expert mold inspectors who will start the surveying process as soon as they arrive at your home or business. We are equipped with all the tools we’ll need to do a thorough inspection including infrared cameras and moisture meters. These tools are paramount in aiding our inspectors with locating any mold growing. Once the problem areas are carefully identified, we’re able to collect samples from either the air, surfaces, or both and those samples are sent directly to our nationally accredited, third-party lab for a thorough analysis. 

When we receive the results from the samples taken, we will then be able to assess if remediation is necessary. The results received from the lab are then paired with the building diagnostics compiled during the inspection completed and an indoor air quality report is issued with an expert strategy, specifically designed for mold remediation according to your home or office’s situation. 

When working in the containment area, our mold removal specialists are required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE). Full face HEPA respirators, foot coverings, bodysuits, and gloves can also be required depending on the severity and size of the mold issue at hand. These steps and precautions are imperative, especially when dealing with toxic black mold.