Mold Test Company, an industry leader is proud to announce its partnership with the American Lung Association
As the largest mold testing company operating throughout the United States, our goal in partnering with the American Lung Association is to raise awareness of the risk factors associated with toxic mold and mold exposure. Through the work of the Environmental Protection Agency, mold exposure has now been linked to the direct causation of childhood and adult Asthma. Mold also secretes “mycotoxins”. Both the EPA and CDC have categorized all mycotoxins as carcinogens (Cancer causing), and can result in lung, liver, and kidney cancer.
Through the identification of early indicators, such as dampness, indoor water damage, and high humidity, mold growth within a structure can be significantly mitigated or prevented. If you or your family have developed breathing issues, skin rashes, irritation of the eyes, throat, or lungs with no known explanation, it may be time to test for mold contaminants.
The Mold Test Company has partnered with the American Lung Association to support the “Clean Air Initiative”. From November 1st, 2020 – October 31st, 2021 Mold Test Company has made a donation for every standard mold inspection performed.
If you’re a family affected by a water damaged structure call 844-930-6653 to see if you qualify for a Free Mold Test Kit or take our Free Online Health Screen.
Your purchase from Mold Test Company helps the American Lung Association with the “Clean Air Initiative”.
Learn about the other great companies helping to build the Clean Air Initiative with Mold Test Company and the American Lung Association.
American Lung Association’s Mission Statement
“The American Lung Association’s mission is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. We do this through education, advocacy, and research. Our goals are to defeat lung cancer, create a tobacco-free future, champion clean air for all, and improve the quality of life for those living with lung disease. Because when you can’t breathe, nothing else matters.”
American Lung Association saving lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.