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Why Choose a MoldEDGE Mold Inspection Professional?
-Trained and educated in the latest mold standards, procedures and technologies
-We use professional specialized equipment, such as HEPA Air-Filtration systems
-Air-Scrubbers, HEPA Vacuums, Dehumidifiers, Abrasive media blasters etc
-Hundreds of large scale mold remediation projects completed successfully
-We schedule appointments quickly… same or next day in most cases
-We are certified , licensed and insured
– We warranty/guarantee our work
*We understand the science of mold because we live it everyday!*
The first step in determining the if you have a mold problem and to what extent you have a mold problem begins with visual and olfactory mold inspection using professional instrumentation. Here at Mold Edge, we call this type of comprehensive mold inspection an investigative assessment. If you have visible surface mold you may have a bigger problem lurking elsewhere.
Our mold inspectors are formally trained in latest academic science and standards pertaining to mold inspections/testing/remediation and they have hundreds of investigative assessments completed. Our scientific approach allows us to determine the size and scope of the problem which will allow us to develop the proper protocols and methods in order to professionally remediate the mold. Investigating mold can be tricky- mold doesn’t always grow out in the open. Mold can grow in hidden reservoirs of your home or office, in the walls, attic, crawlspace and heating and air conditioning system (HVAC).
Where there is moisture there is a high probability there will be mold now or in the future. In order to conduct a comprehensive inspection we use state of the art equipment to detect high moisture levels in building materials such as drywall, wood framing and concrete. Invaluable are digital moisture meters which measure the amount of moisture present in building materials, digital hygrometer or psychrometer which measures relative and specific humidity (moisture in the air), and infrared cameras which use thermal imagery to help locate hidden moisture related problems. What might be a small problem now may be growing into a larger problem.