Mold testing/remediation Services in Broomfield, Westminster, boulder CO, AND surrounding area
Mold? It’s too dry in Colorado for mold? FALSE! Mold can grow anywhere moisture is present. If an area has had water damage, such as a leak in a roof, pipes burst, or flooding in the basement there is a risk of mold growth. Mold can grow inside walls, ceiling, under carpet, in furniture, or any area that met flooding water. Once mold growth has occurred it can release spores into the air. Mold that is not properly cleaned, contained, or removed can cause health issues in many ways.
Testing for Mold
Typical Mold inspection will include a non-viable air and surface sampling. Base inspections consist of 1 sample outside the home for the control sample and a minimum of 2 samples indoor. Additional samples may be suggested depending on the size of the home and the presence of mold in the house.
Surface sampling is collected with tape lift or swab media. If visible suspect mold growth is present and can be seen Certified IAQ will take a surface sample to determine if mold growth is present.
We are an ACAC certified CMI (Certified Microbial Investigator). We will do a thorough inspections of basements, crawlspaces, and all levels of the home to determine if mold is present. If suspect mold growth is visible in an area or water damage in an area, additional sampling will be collected to determine what type of mold and if that is the mold affecting the air quality.
Contact Reliable Professionals
Once testing is complete and the lab has analyzed the samples, Certified IAQ will provide the client with a report of the results and recommendations for follow-up. Our goal as certified professionals is to keep your home safe. We are efficient and do everything we can to improve your indoor air quality. We offer free consultations to give you the resources you need to protect your home. Call us today at 303-995-7015 for your Mold Testing and Remediation services for Broomfield, CO and surrounding areas.
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