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Mold Surface testing

Mold, a microscopic organism, is omnipresent in the environment, with over 80,000 types identified, out of which around 200 are known. Despite its small size, mold can be a destructive force that poses risks to your home and your family. Our team of diligent home inspectors takes comprehensive measures, including sampling and detailed visual inspection, to identify all areas of concern. Our personalized reporting approach ensures that you receive a thorough report, providing clear visibility into the mold situation in your house. With this information at hand, you can make informed decisions to address the issue effectively.

Lead Paint Testing

Lead is a toxic metal that can be harmful, especially to children and pregnant women. Exposure to lead can lead to a range of health issues, including developmental delays, learning disabilities, cognitive impairments, and damage to the nervous system. By testing for lead, homeowners can identify potential sources of lead contamination and take appropriate measures to mitigate the risks and protect their health.  Many older homes, particularly those built before 1978, may contain lead-based paint. Lead-based paint can deteriorate over time, creating lead dust or chips that can be ingested or inhaled. Testing for lead helps determine the presence and condition of lead-based paint, especially in areas prone to friction, such as windowsills, doors, or surfaces that rub together. It allows homeowners to take necessary precautions, such as remediation or proper maintenance, to minimize the risk of lead exposure.

Asbestos Testing

If you plan to renovate, remodel, or perform any activities that might disturb popcorn ceilings, it's crucial to determine whether asbestos is present. Even minor disturbances, such as drilling, sanding, or scraping the ceiling, can release asbestos fibers into the air. Testing allows homeowners to understand the potential risks involved in these activities and take proper precautions, such as hiring professionals trained in asbestos abatement or following safe work practices recommended by environmental agencies.

A popcorn ceiling
lead paint peeling off a wall
lead paint peeling off an exterior wall

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