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Indoor air quality can have a big effect on your health. Indoor air can be 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Find out if YOU are impacted by poor indoor air quality.


Mold Testing & Inspection

Proper mold testing includes deep inspection of the entire property, even inaccessible places, as mold can grow in the parts that are hidden and not easily accessible. ZeroMold will do a deep inspection and check for possible mold growth areas.  We will then recommend a treatment plan that includes a scope of job, timeline and estimated cost.

Mold testing, also known as mold sampling is the process of collecting air and surface samples to check the extent and type of mold. Based on the results obtained from the samples, we will recommend the best possible way to remediate the mold. 

Indoor Air Quality (Particle) Testing

ZeroMold also offers IAQ testing, which can yield same-day results and offer a less expensive options.

ZeroMold uses IAQ Analytics, which is a patented system designed to report on particulates in the air. This method does not determine mold species, as speciation is not valuable information because there are no standards for acceptable or unacceptable levels of mold(s). Instead, ZeroMold’s technicians will take several particle count readings within your structure, which are then referenced to an International Standards Organization (ISO) standard and in coordination with the World Health Organization (WHO) because particles in the air have actually been given limits.

Then, a comprehensive multi-page report is generated, complete with a chart determining a separate “pass” or “fail” air quality level for each of the reading locations tested by our technician.

The chart examples below are real results from an actual job site: the first chart contains the readings (each is a “fail”) taken before we performed our treatment, and the second chart contains the readings (each is a “pass”) taken after our treatment.


Commonsense points to remember:

  • Mold needs moisture to grow. Always ensure the source is identified, and don't be fooled by people who look at the visible mold and recommend treating this only.
  • Don't be suckered into expensive testing to tell you that you have mold. There are no standards to determine if it is excessive or not. So, if you can see mold, then you have it; and it needs to be treated.
  • Mold may not be the only problem, whole-house treatment may be needed to get your indoor air quality to a "normal" state by reducing excess airborne particulates.
  • Remember that a mold professional is not a medical professional.
  • While shopping around for a mold professional, if what that professional tells you does not make sense, it is probably untrue. If you have questions, don't be afraid to ask.

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