There are a variety of ways mold inspection services technicians can find mold in people’s homes. Testing methods allow us to detect mold that is present on building materials, furniture, drapery and other objects. We can also use these sophisticated tests to find mold particles in dirt, in the air and in dust. And this is good, because it’s the mold you can’t immediately see that’s the most dangerous.
The reason for this is because when you see mold – say on a shower curtain or around a leaky pipe – you can remove it quickly and fairly easily. Mold that you can’t see, however, can grow and grow until there exists a large amount of spores that can harm the health of people living around them. Eco Tech performs mold inspection in New Jersey to help you safeguard your health and the health of your family.
Certain mold inspection services tests are used to determine the quantity of living mold in a sample, others to identify the type of mold, or species of mold, in a sample. Other tests are best suited to measure the total amount of mold, which will identify the dead spores as well as living spores. Each test has its specific purpose, all with the end goal of ridding your home of dangerous mold.
Mold inspection in New Jersey includes analyzing a home environment first and then talking with you, the homeowner, about what type of testing would most accurately reveal what we need to know in order to recommend the best method to remove the contamination. We want you to understand the process, from start to finish.
Unfortunately, like with many other types of specimen testing, each type of mold test has limitations and will not always paint 100 percent of the picture. But Eco Tech’s certified mold inspection services technicians know what these limitations are and don’t base their recommendations on an element of the test(s) that could have various interpretations.
Our field technicians are thoroughly trained and most have many years in the mold services industry. Each inspector is certified to perform this work in your home. Contrast that with some other companies who call themselves “mold professionals” but do not possess the necessary certifications and have not undergone the proper amount of training to accurately conduct residential mold inspections.
Eco Tech field personnel all hold Certified Mold Inspector credentials. This certification is not just given away to people who perform mold inspection in New Jersey. In order to possess it, individuals must demonstrate that they are well-versed in every aspect of the mold inspection business and the technology we use in the performance of our tasks.
Call 856-833-1030 today to arrange for mold inspection services in your home.