Professional Mold Inspections
Mold is a likely health risk in many homes and businesses that can affect us, your co-workers, children, and even pets – we know how important it is to get the situation handled ASAP.
If you have even the slightest suspicion of mold on your property, get it checked out by our certified technicians! It is necessary to get a grip on these issues before they worsen. All it takes is a call to set up an inspection. When it comes to mold inspection, NJ Mold Pros is the way to go.
The Mold Inspection Process
The first part of the issue is diagnosing potential mold on the surfaces and in the air of the home. To go further, it is best to call the professionals. This call is crucial as it begins the process of a mold inspection. In this call, some details will be asked so it is good to keep them on hand.
Details along the lines of where you suspect mold is growing, the environment of the property (location, near a body of water, etc.), possible defects in build quality, and the overall aroma of the home. Once we have this taken care of, it gives our technicians an idea of what might be going on before we arrive.
Finding the Mold
Phase two of the mold inspection comes into action once we arrive. We will look around to see if there are any signs of mold accumulation.
We take a visual investigation of all accessible areas of the home and make sure to notice any spots where water penetration and other conditions that may be problematic. These areas are usually the spawn of mold growth.
Some devices we may use to help with the mold inspection are moisture level meters, hydrometers, borescopes, and laser thermometers.
What Do These Devices Do?
These tools help us to speculate if mold is growing and if it can spread. High humidity, high moisture levels, and temperature differences are all likely symptoms of a potential mold breeding ground.
When we figure out the possibility of mold during our inspection, it is more than likely that we run some tests.
We will collect samples from the air and surfaces from the home and send them to the laboratory for microscopic evaluation. To learn more about this, refer to our Mold Testing page for more information on this process.