Why you should schedule a mold test:
Found mold in your home? Here is what you need to know before scheduling a mold test.
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The Pur360 Mold Testing Process
There are two different times to test a property for mold, pre-treatment and post-treatment. Pre-treatment mold testing gives the property owner certified results on the levels of mold found in their property and a clear understanding of if mold remediation is necessary.
Post-treatment mold testing is used to ensure any completed remediation was successful and can be compared to the pre-treatment results for a clear understanding of the mold issue before and after remediation.
Areas to Test
The areas of the property being tested are determined by the property owner. The technician will provide recommendations on the areas to test, but the final decision is made by the property owner.
What is included in a Pur360 mold test?
Step 1: On-Site Mold Inspection
A certified technician will inspect your area of concern and will then recommend the type of mold testing required.
Step 2: Conduct Mold Testing
Mold testing will be conducted by one of two sampling methods: air quality sampling and or surface sampling, as determined by the technician on site.
There are two different mold tests that can be conducted based on your needs:
Type 1: Air quality sampling is used to determine the amount of airborne mold spores present in the area being tested at that point in time. Mold is not always visible to the naked eye, which is why air quality sampling is so important.
Type 2: Surface sampling is used to determine if a visible substance or growth, is in fact mold, as well as what type of mold it might be.
Step 3: Receive Certified Results