North Carolina

Mold Testing in North Carolina: $299

North Carolinamold testing services

North Carolina in recent years has had record amounts of moisture from storms and hurricanes. The need for mold testing has grown throughout the state. Common types of mold in North Carolina from flooding include Cladosporium, Aspergillus, and Stachybotrys (also known as black mold). Mold is usually visible and often has an odor to it. Mold Test Company will identify mold in areas prone to dampness, such as your bathroom, basement, attic, etc. If an area of your house gathers excess moisture, there is a good chance it will begin to collect mold. Our mold testing is very thorough as well as the most accurate in the industry. After testing for mold, we can also provide resources for health concerns, litigation or remediation.

“Review by Carol L. Raleigh NC”

“Fast results, our inspector Gary was very friendly and professional.”

State Mold Inspector

How Do You Get Sick from Mold?

Mold toxins can be ingested, inhaled or even absorbed through the skin. In North Carolina, the health problems from mold exposure are at an all-time high. Mold test Company exclusively offers tests that can check your environment for mold toxins that can make your family sick. With our extensive and accurate results, we can point your family in the right direction to a healthier environment. If you or any family members are experiencing health issues from suspect mold, contact us to speak with an environmental consultant.

Generally, symptoms include respiratory problems, skin inflammation, hemorrhage, irritation of mucus membranes, damage to internal organs, mental impairment fatigue, nausea and immune system suppression. In extreme cases the CDC reports, exposure to black mold can also lead to death.

The Steps of a Mold Inspection

Our Mold Inspections include an exterior and interior visual assessment. Our certified mold inspector will sit down with you and go over his/her findings. We will then recommend the testing that is needed. Your inspection samples will then go to our highly accredited laboratory. A Senior Mold Analyst will be assigned to you for interpretation of results, recommendations and resources will be referred. We have been a significant entity in North Carolina in the mold industry and have helped thousands of residents and business owners. We look forward to serving all your environmental testing needs in North Carolina, including Charlotte, Durham, Greensboro and Raleigh.

“Mold inspection tip”

Keeping heavy furniture away from the walls of your home at least three inches will help to increase the air flow and reduce the moisture as well.