Mold Testing in Alabama: $399

We do Mold Testing and inspections throughout the entire state of Alabama

Toxic mold in your residence or place of business can be harmful to the health of the occupants. In Alabama the summers are humid, and the rainy winters are causing mold to grow and spread quickly. In fact, mold can start growing in 24-48 hours in numerous places in your environment. Mold Test Company Alabama will test your basement, attic, crawlspace, living areas, garage or place of business. Our Mold testing procedure can identify the problem you are having as soon as you see or smell suspect mold. Equally important, our mold inspectors are certified to perform mold inspections and various other types of environmental testing. We use the largest and most accredited lab in the United States to get accurate and fast results.

Mold Test Company is proud to service the entire state of Alabama, including:
Birmingham, AL | Montgomery, AL | Huntsville, AL | Mobile, AL | Tuscaloosa, AL

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Toxic Mold Exposure and Health issues

The department of public health in Alabama has reported toxic mold cases are on the rise in the state. The type and severity of health effects that mold may produce are usually difficult to predict. Furthermore, the risks can vary greatly from one location to another, over time, and from person to person. The following symptoms are commonly reported with short-term and long-term exposure to Fungus, Mold, Mycotoxins, or Mycobacterium. Exposure occurs when they are ingested, inhaled and/or absorbed through the skin.

Early mold symptoms: headaches, skin redness, skin rashes, eye Irritation, sneezing and Itching.

Advanced mold symptoms: breathing disorders, nose bleeds, ear Infections, chronic sinusitis, chronic bronchitis, pain in muscles and Joints, asthma, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, palpitations and more.

Late Mold Symptoms: blindness, COPD, hypersensitivity, pneumonitis, histoplasmosis, memory Loss (long-term), bleeding lungs, kidney failure, liver disease, cancer and in some cases death.

When To Get a Mold Inspection

If a family member, co-worker, employer or someone you know to experience any of these symptoms, call Mold Test Company Alabama now. Our certified mold inspections are the first step in finding out what is lurking in your environment. In summary, we can help with whatever resources you might need after we receive and interpret your results. Lastly, health concerns, litigation help, and remediation resources are all available through Mold Test Company Alabama. We look forward to servicing the entire state of Alabama. Call us at (844) 930-6533 to set a time that is convenient for you!

“Mold inspection tip”

The EPA recommends keeping your indoor humidity between 30 and 60 percent to reduce the growth of mold. You can measure humidity with a moisture meter purchased from your local hardware store.