Certified Mold Inspection In Hagerstown, MD
RC Air and Mold Solutions is strictly a certified mold inspection and testing company in Hagerstown, Maryland.
As our guarantee to you, we will beat any other certified mold inspection and testing company quote by 15%!
In Hagerstown, Maryland having mold is never a good thing. That is why RC Air and Mold Solutions is there to help you. Our staff of Nationally Certified Mold Inspectors are fully trained and qualified to inspect, test and evaluate your mold concerns in Hagerstown, MD.
The primary goal of our mold inspectors is to determine why you have a mold problem in Hagerstown, MD. In short, what is the root cause, i.e. the source of moisture that is allowing mold to grow? Identifying the cause is the most important step to ensuring that mold does not continue to thrive. In short, if your home has leaking pipes, a leaky roof, seepage issues, and/or high humidity problems, the moisture problems must be fixed.
The second goal of our mold inspectors in Hagerstown, Maryland is to determine how bad your mold problem is. Determining the extent of your mold problem, indoor spore count, and species of mold is important because it helps our mold inspectors create an action plan for your particular situation. Keep in mind, every mold situation is different, so the plan needs to be specific to you, particularly if mold is causing health issues.
Inspecting Your Home for Mold in Hagerstown, MD
Visually inspecting your home is our first approach along with air sampling. Air sampling is the most reliable and accurate method to determine the mold spore levels in a particular area in your home in Hagerstown, MD. The air sampling will reveal exactly what species of mold spores are present in your air and the level of each individual species.
Since mold spores are what you breathe, this is vitally important to determine how good or bad the mold spore levels are inside your home.
Swab sampling will tell you exactly what species of mold is growing in your home in Hagerstown, Maryland. The area is swabbed with a sterile swab and then sent to the lab for analysis.