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Mold Inspection

Are You Concerned About Toxic Mold in Your Home or Office?

If you suspect your home or office may be harboring mold, don't wait to schedule a mold inspection with Madison Taylor Indoor Environmental in Washington, DC. Our IAQ specialists are well-trained and have the equipment to locate contamination quickly and efficiently if it is present in your home or building. In addition to finding the contamination, it is important to locate the source of the problem. Our inspectors are qualified to provide moisture mapping services and will locate sources that support mold growth in your home or building.

Thermometer Analyzer Thermal Imaging Camera Scale

Understanding Mold

Microscopic mold spores exist naturally almost everywhere, both indoors and outdoors. For that reason, removing all mold from a home or business is impossible. The goal should always be to repair the source and conditions conducive to mold growth and achieve normal fungal ecology following remediation.

In addition to causing significant property damage, mold can produce allergens and irritants that can have a negative impact on health and living conditions. Madison Taylor Indoor Environmental technicians understand mold and can effectively recognize environments that might be conducive to mold growth. We have the training and equipment to remediate the mold in your home or business, as well as the knowledge to help you prevent future contamination.

Typical Mold Inspection Includes:

• Indoor Air Samples
• Tape Lift & Swab Samples
• Property Inspection for Mold Growth Conditions
• Thermal Imaging
• Boroscope
• Moisture Mapping
Home Inspection

Certified Scope Of Work Or Clearance

Visible moisture, humidity, mold, or even musty odors can be indications of an indoor air quality condition. We offer full testing to confirm the presence of mold or potentially harmful indoor irritants. Once a home or building evaluation is complete and the lab results are returned, your indoor environmental consultant will review and provide recommendations for repair or a certified clearance letter if normal fungal ecology is confirmed.