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Hinesville Mold Testing and Mold Inspections
We are giving peace of mind to our clients!!!
Think you may have a environmental problem? BE SURE! Get your environment tested today, call us at 912-509-0085!
MOLD AIR QUALITY TESTING
MOLD SWAB SAMPLING
“There’s Truly no Substitute for Experience”
- Indoor Air Consultant Certified
- NACHI Certified Residential & Commercial Inspector
- 20 years experience as a Contractor, Inspector & Certified Environmental Consultant
- Certified Property Maintenance & Housing Inspector
All Inspections by Be Sure! Mold Testing are performed by a neutral and qualified inspector.
Our sole interest is to give you peace of mind from environmental irritants such as mold, allergens, water containments and more through our quality tests. We gain nothing from finding a problem in your home because we do not accept any commissions from remediation companies.
Who can Mold affect?
Anyone! Especially here in Hinesville GA where the high humidity increases the risk for mold in homes and workplaces. Mold grows naturally outdoors as a part of a healthy ecosystem, so there are always mold spores in the air that can lead to growth in your home. Certain populations are at a higher risk of showing symptoms to mold, such as the elderly, infants, small children, persons with low immune response, and those with pre-existing conditions.
Where can Mold grow?
Anywhere! Because mold is very adaptable and only needs water, oxygen, and organic matter, it can grow almost anywhere. Substances that attract mold growth include paper, wood, carpet, food, and insulation. When moisture collects in a home or building due to poor air circulation, mold will grow and grow quickly.
Is there anything that can be done to avoid mold growing out of control?
With proper airflow in high-risk homes or buildings, you can effectively prevent mold growth. Unfortunately, here in Hinesville, all buildings are at high risk.
Should you already have a mold problem, you need to remove it quickly to prevent further growth and limit damage. Find where the mold is getting its water from and get rid of it. Leaking plumbing can be the culprit, especially when growth is on insulation. If the mold is growing on a hard surface without pores, like tile or laminate, you can simply wash it off with a detergent. Rinse thoroughly and dry completely to prevent regrowth. If the mold is growing on a material with pores, like drywall or carpet, the material must be removed entirely and replaced as it is nearly impossible to remove the mold from inside the pores.