Who Do I Call For Indoor Air Quality Testing?
While most home inspectors will likely note any concerns or findings of microbial growth, you want to make sure. Are you concerned by the levels of in-door contaminants, start by testing. At Boggs Inspection Services, we encourage you to protect yourself. Don’t let just anyone perform mold testing for you.
We are a licensed home inspection company and InterNachi certified to perform these types of inspections and many more.
You have mold, now what?
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How we complete indoor air quality testing:
Mold can be hidden in the air or behind walls. Air Testing for mold protects you against harmful allergens.
- During the initial home inspection, will we examine the home and areas of concerns for signs of moisture intrusion.
- Control Test
- Mold is everywhere. So we complete a control test outside the home to compare interior vs exterior mold levels.
- Mold Testing
- While using our special equipment we can suck in air in different parts of the home to collect air samples.
- Submission of Samples
- After the air samples are taken, we submit them off to a laboratory for further examination.
- A detailed report of the air quality is then submitted to determine what allergens and molds are in the air and at what levels.
- Next Steps
- Based on the mold testing results and the condition of the home, we can guide you on the next steps.
Concerned about Mold in Your Home?
Where we Service
We complete indoor air quality testing in these counties: Pierce, Thurston, Mason, Lewis, Grays Harbor, and South King.
— For more information about mold, check out what the Washington State Department of Health has to say about the subject. Click here to visit the Washington State Department of Health.