The First Step to Remediation: Mold Testing & Inspection

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Choose MoldPros for all your Mold Surface and Air Testing & Inspection needs. Our certified experts provide accurate and reliable testing and inspections to ensure your home or business is free from harmful mold. With state-of-the-art equipment and years of experience, we guarantee thorough and efficient services that will give you peace of mind. Don't compromise on your health and safety, trust MoldPros for all your mold testing and inspection requirements.

Mold comes in a various of species, but most are harmful to human environment

Know Your Enemy, Understand Your Mold Issues...

Mold, a type of fungus, can develop almost anywhere there is moisture and a suitable organic material for it to feed on. In both homes and businesses, different types of mold can be found. One common type is Aspergillus, which is often found in damp areas such as bathrooms, basements, and air conditioning units. It poses health risks, especially for individuals with weak immune systems.

Another prevalent type is Cladosporium, which thrives in both indoor and outdoor environments. It often grows on wet surfaces such as carpets, fabrics, and wooden materials.

Black mold, also known as Stachybotrys chartarum, is another frequent and concerning type found in water-damaged buildings. It can cause severe respiratory issues and it requires immediate professional mold remediation. Furthermore, Penicillium is often discovered in water-damaged building materials, including insulation, wallpaper, and carpeting. It can trigger allergies and respiratory problems. These are just a few examples of mold types that can be found in homes and businesses, emphasizing the importance of regular inspection and prompt professional intervention to prevent their growth and proliferation.

What is Mold Testing and Why Its Important...

When it comes to the health and safety of our homes, one important aspect that often gets overlooked is the presence of mold. Mold can be found in various areas of our homes, such as damp basements, bathrooms, and even hidden behind walls. However, it's not always easy to spot mold with the naked eye, as it can grow and spread in hard-to-reach places.


That's why undergoing mold testing is crucial in ensuring that our homes remain a safe and healthy environment for us and our families. Mold testing involves taking samples from different areas of the house and then analyzing them for the presence of mold spores. This testing not only helps detect the presence of mold but also identifies the specific type of mold present.


When it comes to testing, MoldPros are certified professionals who have the knowledge and experience to conduct thorough and accurate testing. We use specialized equipment and techniques to ensure that the samples collected are representative of the mold growth in the house. By understanding the type and extent of mold growth, homeowners can take appropriate measures to eliminate the mold and prevent its recurrence.


Our mold testing services are especially important for individuals with respiratory issues, allergies, or weakened immune systems, as exposure to mold can worsen their symptoms and lead to potential health risks. It is also beneficial during home inspections and before purchasing or renting a property, as it gives potential homeowners or tenants peace of mind regarding the indoor air quality of the space.


Obtaining a MoldPros mold testing is a vital step in maintaining a healthy home environment. By detecting and addressing mold growth in a timely manner, homeowners can prevent potential health hazards and ensure the well-being of their loved ones. It is a small investment that can have significant long-term benefits for both the occupants and the property itself.

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What We Use to Test for Mold - Some of the Tools of Our Trade...

A Delmhorst-BDX-30 is used for quickly testing for moisture content.

Moisture Meter

Using non-invasive radio frequencies or tiny pin-pricks and low voltage current, we can test the moisture content within your substrates and structural materials. Mold requires moisture to sustain life and replicate.

Thermal imaging cameras show areas of temperature variance.

Infrared Camera

Metabolism of any organism has byproducts and one of these are heat. Fungi, as it grows is no different, and with a thoroughly non-invasive heat-seeking camera, we can inspect your entire structure for signs of life...mold.

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Hygro-Thermometer

Simultaneously testing both the temperature and the moisture content can allow us to use this device to calculate your structure's relative humidity. Moisture alone isn't the entire story, mold also grows best at optimal temps.

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Particle Counter

Sampling the air and quickly counting the airborne particles give a quick reference point in regards to IAQ. The higher the particle count, the greater the chances are that some of these will be harmful to breathe.

A Buck bio-pump collects air samples for testing of mold spores in the air

Air Sample Collector

Using an internal pump and collection cartridge, we can take an actually sampling of those very particles we counted for laboratory analysis. This will provide for a very helpful report as to exact indoor air quality.

ATP Meters test for the presence of a protein that resides in all living cells

Swab ATP Luminometer

ATP, or Adenosine Triphosphate, is the source used by all organic matter to store and access energy used in metabolism. If you have an inanimate surface, and on it you find ATP, then there is either mold or bacteria growing there .

Hydroscopes test for moisture contamination

Air Quality Monitor (VOC)

With a test range of over 400 various types of gasses, each with their own distinct indicators as to source and cause, we come to your site equipped to instantly test and report on the Volatile Organic Compounds in your air.

A videoscope provides visual inspection of tight spaces.

Videoscope - Borescope

All too often, the source of the problem is not readily visible to the eye. It may be a leaking pipe that is dripping within a wall and wetting the area, growing mold, or condensation in area not visible without a remote set of eyes.

A blocklight is an excellent inspection tool, showing every deviation in substance and texture

UV Inspection Lights

The quickest and easiest means of seeing the surface development of mold growth is to view it under a UV flashlight. Different materials glow differently and any variation will be indicative of a coating, growth or microbial invader.

A compass tells an inspector which side of a house faces north, where mold grows.

Compass

Believe it or not, but even this simple device will tell us where to look. You see, mold grows far more aggressively on the north side of a building, where there is less of the cleansing and sanitizing effects of sunlight.

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