Any mold removal project should start with a        
complete & thorough evaluation of the problem.

At A Mold Specialist we not only specialize in Mold
testing and Certified Mold Inspections, we also
work with certified Mold Remediation companies to
assure the smoothest & most professional service
possible.

Our company specializes in detecting the mold and
setting up a course of action with one of our
approved vendors.  We only work with the most
qualified companies to insure your mold problem is
solved efficiently and affordable.  Having
A Mold
Specialist do your inspections and testing can help
prevent conflict of interest between the Mold
Remediation Companies who do not & should not
do their own testing & scope of work.

The Need for a Mold Inspection

More and more people are becoming
aware of the effects of mold on health.
Depending on which type of mold with
which people come into contact, the
results can range from mild irritation to
severe allergic reaction or to any of an
extensive list of painful and threatening
diseases that come with long-term
exposure. The single best way to control
indoor mold is to control the moisture
levels in your home.

You may have no warning that there is a
mold problem in your home or business
until you notice that you or someone else
who spends a lot of time there becomes
ill. Mold can hide in a thousand places in
your building so it's important to have a
thorough mold inspection. It can be in the
basement, the attic, the walls, the
bathrooms, and anywhere you can find
evidence of moisture, and you may not
even see it.



Mold Inspections and Health
Some of the symptoms people can exhibit
include ongoing itchy eyes, nose bleeds,
continuing sinus problems, chronic
fatigue, headaches, memory issues,
running nose, and even skin rashes or
sores. In addition to serious lung
diseases, some studies have led to
concerns about mold and hair loss,
cancer, and birth defects. Not all people
living or working in an environment
contaminated by mold will experience
symptoms, and those who do may not
experience the same symptoms as those
around them.

Symptoms should not be ignored. You
should think of mold as a predator that is
after the humans, pets, and plants in
your environment. A quick fix such as a
good cleaning may not take care of the
problems. Mold has been around for
millions of years, and it can lay dormant
for those millions of years just waiting for
moisture and food that will encourage it to
grow again. It grows in all climates, and,
almost everywhere it grows, people get
sick.



The Predator Mold
Mold loves to grow in homes, offices,
apartment buildings, schools, hospitals,
and condos. It often grows where building
owners do not pay attention to the
condition of basements, plumbing, and
roofing. Even drips in the bathroom can
foster the growth of mold. Mold spores
from any of these sources can enter a
human through her eyes or through open
skin sores such as cuts or even in
drinking water. Mold eats animal and
human flesh and plants. It has no natural
enemies; no predators attack mold.

The longer this predator is in your
environment, the longer you and your
family or coworkers will be subjected to
attack. The longer you are subjected to
mold, the greater the chance is that you
will face related health issues. There are
some areas in the United States in which
mold is an even greater problem than
others. These areas include many parts
of the South, anywhere near ponds or
lakes, swampy areas, and areas that get
a lot of rain.



Get a Mold Inspection
If you have any concerns about the
presence of this predator in your
environment, you should take steps to
deal with it as soon as possible. A
qualified mold inspector can help you in
several ways. First he can identify your
mold problem and advise you on how to
handle it. You should know that mold is
not generally defeated by things like
chlorine bleach, and the majority of quick
fixes you can get in discount stores will
not do the trick either.

You should look for one of the many mold
inspectors that do not offer clean up
services themselves. That way, there is
no conflict of interest in the test results
they offer you. This type of inspector can
be a real help to you and your family or
coworkers. Removing or significantly
reducing the amount of mold in your life
can make a bid difference in how you feel
and in your overall health long term.
A Mold Specialist
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