Titleist Testing provides premier mold inspections in Baltimore when concerned about mold inside either home or business. The first step should always be hiring an inspector independent from the remediation process. Going this route avoids any possible conflict of interest and gets you factual evidence of exactly what is happening at the property in question. If this is your first time dealing with these types of issues, you probably have many questions. We are experts in our field that can provide you answers.
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Each inspection includes 2 air samples; one which is taken from inside near the area of greatest concern and the other is taken outside to serve as a control sample. This is done because there are normal levels of mold in every home or business. Mold grows rampantly outside, so it is only natural that some mold spores are within the air of an indoor environment. Our air samples will show whether or not a problem exists based on the mold spores in the air. Additional samples may be suggested to find out how far a problem has spread or if there are multiple areas of concern. Swab samples are used when there is visible growth present. This is suggested because some species of fungus are not easily airborne like black toxic mold. All the Maryland mold test collected are sent to an independent lab for analysis.
The lab test results will let you know right away whether or not you have elevated conditions in your home or business. For clients that do have a problem that needs to be addressed, a detailed report will be made stating all the findings from the inspection. This will include a more in depth analysis of what the lab results say and most importantly what the solution is for your problem. It may be recommended that a professional mold remediation company be hired to complete steps like hepa vacumming, removing contaminated materials, treating and sealing the area, and using an airscrubber prior to reconstruction. If this is the case you will be happy to have our outline of what needs to be done.