Guide to Mold Testing and Remediation To be fair to those selling those portable, 5 minute mold testing kits which to a large extent are very useful and sold cheaply in the market now-a-days, I commend those who consider molds seriously as toxins that leads to allergies, asthma, bloody nose, coughing, skin rashes, depression, fatigue and many other health problems -that they use it. However, these kits should only be the first step or your first attempt to validate its presence in your home since not all molds are easy to detect. So if you see some mold-like growth in your home, or if your family gets sick of a sickness related to molds, then you should immediately purchase this testing kit in order to determine their presence in your home. The testing kits usually come with a swab to enable you to collect samples, then you mix it with a specialized solution on a small shaker and place a drop on a device reader (similar to those well-known diabetes tester kits), in a few minutes, it will give you a read out of whether or not you have a militant mold as it is designed to detect those types of mold only. Once mold’s presence is affirmed, the best next thing to do is to hire a licensed professional for the are trained to properly identify and remove those molds. These mold removal contractors use industrial equipment and cleaning supplies to kill and remove mold and mold colonies from your house. Mold removal contractors first conducts a visual inspection of your home and then uses a ‘sniffer’ to test the air. These technicians then send mold samples for lab testing, depending on their findings. These are several other tests performed on the mold sample and through these the molds are properly identified so that they can determine the right way of eradicating them, then the proceed to locate the source of the mold is so that their operations can start from this source so that it is prevented from coming back.
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These professionals are often called mold remediation professionals, for they not only contain the mold, move them and restore the affected area to its pre-mold condition. This sometimes include replacing structures or sometimes just sealing the area with a mold inhibitor so it will not reappear. Once the cleanup is complete, it is best to bring in a third party inspection company to perform a clearance inspection and certify that the mold has been successfully removed.
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A certificate of insurance must be presented by a third party inspector from a reputable organization before performing the clearance inspection. It is important that you ask them about their warranty offer. With any work done, a three-month warranty should be expected.