Sometimes mold is easy to spot. When you have high levels of mold concentration in a building mold is going to stick out like a sore thumb. If you happen to spot mold developing in one part of your home there is a good chance that there are other parts of your home that are presenting the same problems. When that is the case it would certainly be a good idea to call for a mold inspection service. From that inspection, we are going to be able to determine what the best course of action is to deal with your mold issues.
We Don’t Always Find Something
It’s a good idea to have your home or business inspected for mold. Especially during the spring and summer months. Although, here in the San Diego area, actually conditions that favor mold growth can be present all year round. We don’t always find specific mold growth spots though. When we don’t we are not going to try and trick you into an unnecessary mold remediation service just to charge you extra money. The whole point behind this service is to give you a clear picture of what your current situation looks like with regard to mold growth on your property. We want to be able to paint a truthful picture.
I Can’t See Mold, But I Feel My Allergy Symptoms Worsening
The presence of mold is not the only thing that can cause your allergy symptoms to worsen. Although for most people that is actually a big factor. If you have respiratory illness symptoms that are getting worse, you are probably right to look for mold. Even if we can’t physically see mold it can still be present. In these cases, we are going to be able to test for mold spores to see if they are present in your home or business.
What Happens After We Do Find Mold
What usually happens is that we will notify you of our findings with proof be it pictures or actual sample sizes of the mold. From there, we will make a recommendation over what we believe you should be doing to remedy the matter. Once we have done that, the ball is basically in your court. You can enlist our services and you can be sure that we can get to work right away. You can also choose to look for a second opinion or do whatever you need to do. You are not obligated to book further services after an inspection.
Best Times To Inspect For Mold
We’ve mentioned this before, usually the best times to inspect for mold are during the spring and the summer. The thing is, here in San Diego the weather can create good conditions for mold growth virtually all year round. If you are someone who has an existing respiratory condition it could be a good idea to have your home inspected once every 3 or 4 months regardless of the season t