Mold exposure can be a serious health hazard to New Jersey homeowners, so mold inspections and subsequent mold removal are vital processes for homes with hidden growths. If you suspect your house may have a mold or mildew issue, a qualified mold inspector will arrive at your home. Without a mold inspection, it is impossible to tell how much and what kind of mold is growing in your home (if any mold is growing at all), so the inspection is an integral part of the mold remediation process. When a Master Tech mold specialist arrives, he or she will conduct several intensive mold testing diagnostics to determine the scope of the problem.
During a mold inspection from MasterTech, you can expect a visual assessment to start off the appointment, in which the technician will photograph and digitally document any obvious mold and mildew growths throughout the home. Once an initial visual inspection has been made, the technician will conduct both thermal imaging and moisture mapping of the house structure to determine which cool, damp areas might be fostering hidden mold growth. Next, depending on initial diagnostics, the mold remediation expert will conduct thorough airborne mold testing, surface mold testing, or inner wall mold testing. A black mold test is especially important due to the toxic nature of the mold type, and MasterTech toxic black mold removal services will be on hand as soon as possible after the inspection.
Within 48 hours of your mold inspection visit, MasterTech professional mold removal services will send a clear and succinct Mold Inspection Summary report. Then, MasterTech mold removal services will work with you to design a mold remediation plan specific to your property. This mold removal plan will include both cleanup tactics and preventative measures to limit future mold and mildew growth. A mold inspection is an important first step in the mold cleanup process, and one that helps MasterTech restore your home to a healthy and beautiful state!