Mold Inspection & Testing
West Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade

Got Mold?

Indoor mold growth can be visible or hidden. Visible mold growth may appear cottony, velvety, rough, and can be many colors, such as white, grey, black, brown, green, yellow, etc. One key indicator of mold growth is a musty odor. The mold smell is a result of mVOCs/ gasses being released into the air, which means that mold is actively eating/ growing. However, it is common for mold growth to spread unnoticed in hidden/ inaccessible areas of your home for long periods of time, including in air conditioning systems/ ductwork, attics, crawl spaces, behind drywall and tile, etc.

Only Hire State-Licensed Mold Professionals

Our state-licensed mold assessors/ mold inspectors have the knowledge, training, and skill to identify mold growth and the conditions that are conducive to mold growth. We utilize state-of-the-art equipment to identify the presence of mold, the areas where mold is growing, and the problem areas contributing to mold growth. Our equipment can identify the presence of mold, even if not visible, by sampling the concentration of mold spores around the home. Our equipment can even determine down to the species of mold growing in your home. In addition, our thermal imaging cameras, moisture and humidity meters, and other tools can help us pin-point the most hidden problem areas that contribute to mold growth.

If you are looking for mold testing or a mold inspection near you, rest assured that we can help you. We serve the tri-county area, including, but not limited to: West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Broward County and Miami.

What is Mold?

Mold is fungus that serves as nature’s recycler by breaking down organic matter and can be found anywhere that life exists. Given the right conditions, mold can grow on most surfaces, including plastic, metal, glass, tile, drywall, concrete, etc. Mold reproduces by spreading mold spores, which are carried through the air. Mold has evolved to be one of the most highly efficient colonizing creatures on earth and can remain dormant/inactive for thousands of years waiting for the right conditions to continue growing.
The three primary conditions that support mold growth are:

1. Water/ Moisture

2. Food

3. Temperature

Is Mold Harmful?

Mold spreads/ reproduces by releasing mold spores that act as seeds and are carried into your home via the air, insects, pets, clothes/ shoes/ hair, etc. Mold releases mVOCs (Microbial Volatile Organic Compounds)/ gasses and toxic compounds called Mycotoxins, which can be immunosuppressive and can cause many adverse health effects in humans and other animals, including disease and death. Mold spores can be harmful if ingested, inhaled, or by touching your skin. Mold can even grow on your lungs, resulting Aspergilloma or Mycetoma. Other adverse health effects include allergic reactions, respiratory problems, rashes, dizziness, headaches, etc. In addition to adverse health effects, mold can compromise the structural integrity of your home by eating away the building materials. It is very important to identify and remediate mold growth before it is too late.
If you suspect mold growth in your home, are purchasing a property, or are simply looking for a piece of mind, call the professionals for a mold assessment/ evaluation. Your health depends on it!
Indoor Air Quality/ Mold Licensure & Certifications:

AMMA Certified Mold Assessor (CEMA)

InterNachi® Mold Inspector