Although all molds are not dangerous, some molds contain toxins that contaminate the indoors of your house. The inspectors of Anchor Home Inspections will look for any toxic or black molds growing around in your house. Such molds have the potential to cause many diseases and health problems to you and your family. Our Inspectors use equipment such as moisture sensors and infrared cameras to find out any signs of existing molds. We do not leave even a single crack while testing for molds. Our inspectors will also check the indoor air quality in your home and suggest the required methods if the quality goes below the mark.
What is Mold?
A kind of fungus that exists in colors such as black, white, orange, green, or purple, mold is made up of many small organisms. The major requirement for the growth of molds is a humid environment. It thrives on moisture and reproduces by means of tiny, lightweight spores traveling through the air. In daily life, a person comes across mold spores every day, but the quantity is usually harmless, but once they start growing in or on the interior of a house, they release spores continuously. Getting exposed to mold spores frequently can lead to many diseases and health issues for you and your family.
Remediation for Mold Growth and Health Concerns
Discovering mold in your home means that you might already be at risk. It invites serious health issues for everyone residing in the household and is especially dangerous for young children. Anchor Home Inspections, LLC will put together a plan to exterminate the mold issue and help you live a normal life. Continuing to live with mold in your home can cause serious health issues including asthma and lung cancer, especially with young ones.
Types of Mold Tests Performed By Us
1. Stand Alone Mold Inspection
We offer free consultation services when it comes to Connecticut mold testing services. This can be the initial step towards getting your health back on track. The inspection process will spot the presence of molds in your home.
2. Mold Sampling
Samples from various places of the property are taken in order to test the presence of mold. Air samples are also collected to check the presence of spores. Surface samples of large sizes are taken for testing and expert results. The further steps and plan are decided by our inspectors once the report of the sampling is taken.
Mold Growth in Homes
The basic necessity for mold to grow is humidity and moisture. The spores produced by molds keep moving in the air freely. As soon as these spores land on moist and humid surfaces, the mold begins to grow. They begin to nourish in high humidity situations such as kitchen windows and the basement.
Is It The Right Decision To Choose Anchor Home Inspections for Mold Remediation?
We at Anchor Home Inspections have a team of highly trained professionals certified by InterNACHI offering mold testing services. We strive for our passion for home inspections and keeping you safe. Our experts provide the best technical support and service to every client. We have a team of mold specialists at Anchor Home Inspections who have the urge to keep your house mold-free and safe. If you fear that you have mold in your home, call Anchor today and schedule a free consultation.