Could There Be Mold Lurking In Your Home?
There are certain words that no homeowner ever wants to hear, and “mold” is one of them. Mold can be dangerous to your health, as well as an expensive problem to fix. All-Pro Home Inspections can provide mold testing to give you peace of mind, or to help take care of your issue before it becomes a larger problem. Let’s take a look at the signs you may have a mold problem and how we can help if you do.
Signs You May Have a Mold Problem
If you suspect that you may have a mold problem, then it’s important to act quickly to prevent the detrimental health challenges that an infestation would cause. Many people suffer from an allergy to mold, and its exposure can lead to even more serious health problems for those with asthma or who are sensitive to mold spores. You may have a mold infestation in your house if you visibly see mold, smell a strong musty odor, have moisture problems, or have high humidity issues. All-Pro Home Inspections recommends you schedule mold testing if you notice any of these signs so that you know for certain if you have a problem and how serious it is.
How We Can Help Find the Problem
All-Pro would first test any areas of the house where mold is visible or where conditions are conducive to its growth. We can test the air for mold spores as well as the visible mold in order to determine the type present. Next, we send the samples to a third-party laboratory for analysis. Lastly, we will issue a report within three days that includes whether or not mold is present, the types of mold, and the mold levels.
Call Today to Schedule Mold Testing
All-Pro Home Inspections offers three different types of mold testing, depending on your situation. If you or a member of your family struggles with respiratory illness, make sure your environment is safe from mold with the mold testing we provide. Contact us at (615) 337-1277 to speak to our mold inspectors or schedule online now. We serve Nashville, TN, and the surrounding areas including Franklin, Brentwood, Hendersonville, Mt. Juliet, and Murfreesboro.