Indoor Air Quality & Hidden Mold testing
In Georgia, mold is a serious toxin. Mold contamination can result in serious health problems and poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), so protect the ones you love!
When moldy material becomes damaged or disturbed, spores, which are reproductive bodies similar to seeds, can be released into the air and affect your IAQ. Exposure can occur if people inhale the spores, directly handle moldy material, or accidentally ingest the spores. Since all molds need water to grow, mold can grow almost anywhere where there is high humidity, dampness, or water damage. Most often, molds are confined to areas near the water source. Removing the source of moisture through repairs or dehumidification is crucial in preventing mold growth. Correcting underlying water damage and cleaning the affected area is the best way to treat mold.