Mold testing and inspection are essential for ensuring a healthy environment in the house or office. You might know you have mold growing before you even see it. Mold can cause a number of health problems, including respiratory infections, allergic reactions, and asthma. You are more likely to be affected by it if you are young, old, or have a weak immune system.
There are many different types of mold, but mold sampling can help to identify the specific type of mold present in a home or office. The most common type of mold is black mold, which can cause serious health problems if left unchecked. Other popular types of mold include blue mold, white mold, and pink mold. As such, it is important to have a professional mold testing conducted if there is any suspicion of mold growth.
'Black mold' which is also called 'Stachybotrys Chartarum' is talked about a lot on the news, because it is toxic and infectious indoor fungus. The truth is, if you have any kind of mold, you need to take care of it.
Read more: Popular Myths and Real Facts About Mold.
Before you go in for mold remediation in DC, you might need a mold inspection service to get more information about how widespread the growth is and what will need to be done to fix it.
If you suspect a mold problem in your house and are looking for a mold specialist, you've come to the right place. We are experienced in mold detection and finding where mold grows, so we can get an idea of how much mold we are looking at, and what it would take to treat it. Professional mold inspection cost is $149 and includes a detailed plan for mold remediation and the written price estimate.
To improve availability for all our customers, we work with the team of O2 Mold Testing of DC to bring reliable mold testing services to homes and commercial properties throughout our nation's capital.
|Mold Inspection and Testing in Washington, DC
|How Much Does Mold Inspection and Testing Cost?
|Mold testing (two indoor samples and one outdoor)
|Any additional samples for mold testing
|Moisture issues detection with thermal imaging camera
For more information please call us at 202-683-4270.
If you don't see mold, you may want to consider mold testing. We take samples on site and send them to a laboratory for testing there (we don't do the testing ourselves). The testing results tell our mold specialists the mold levels as well as the types of mold. In some cases, you may need documented proof of mold, and mold testing is the only way to legally prove that there is mold growing.
We charge $395 for two samples, and any additional sample would cost an extra $95 each. You get written report results that you can use as you need.
When you find mold in your home, do not disturb it with enthusiastic cleaning. When this is done, they may release millions of mold spores in the air and thus your entire house may be contaminated. It is instead better to call our professionals, who are expert in inspecting and testing for mold, and in treating it so it won't come back.