Mold Inspector Mold Testing Freehold NJ | Jersey Strong Home Inspections
Have you thought about having mold testing or a mold inspection for your Freehold NJ home or property? Molds have the potential to cause health problems. Molds produce allergens (i.e. substances that cause allergic reactions), irritants, and in some cases, potentially toxic substances (i.e. mycotoxins). Allergic reactions to mold are common, sometimes immediate and others delayed. Molds can also cause asthma attacks in people with asthma who are allergic to mold. In addition, mold exposure can irritate the eyes, skin, nose, throat, and lungs of both mold-allergic and non-allergic people.
Molds gradually destroy the materials they grow on. That can include, but is not limited to furniture, paneling, wallpaper, carpeting, wood framing, or drywall. You can prevent mold damage to your home and furnishings, save money, and avoid potential health problems by trying to control moisture and also by considering a Freehold NJ Mold Inspection.
Jersey Strong Home Inspections is Monmouth County, NJ-based and proudly serves the Mold Inspection needs of all Monmouth County towns as well as those in the surrounding Middlesex County, Union County, Somerset County, Essex County, Ocean County, and Morris counties.
How Does ‘Jersey Strong’ Test For Mold In A Home?
Jersey Strong Home Inspection, LLC. is the certified Freehold, NJ Mold Inspection company ready to visit your property. We are independent of companies that do remediation, so there is NEVER any conflict of interest assuring you of an unbiased inspection and report. We offer both limited inspections and complete inspections. Limited inspections are mold testing limited to a specific area of the house or property. Complete mold inspections will evaluate the entire Freehold, NJ property in all visible and accessible areas.
Mold testing can be performed through various methods. Surface samples of suspected areas of visible and accessible mold are sent to a certified laboratory, and the type of mold, or fungi is identified. These are typically done by taking swabs or tape samples. Other means are air samples. Air samples are taken in the suspected areas or rooms, and a baseline test is taken outdoors for comparison. Samples are then sent to a certified laboratory for analysis, and the type of mold spores are identified. We also make all attempts to identify the water or moisture source in order to help prevent the return of mold growth.
And we will provide our Freehold, NJ clients with the detailed reports, test results and all the necessary recommendations they will need. For your Mold Inspection, contact Jersey Strong Home Inspections today!