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Mold Testing and Inspection in Boston, MA

Mold spores can grow in almost any environment, whether indoors or outdoors, and almost everyone is exposed to at least some level of mold. But living or working in a home or building with a significant mold problem can lead to a variety of serious and chronic health problems, particularly for young children, pregnant women, the elderly, and individuals with compromised or weakened immune systems.

Moisture and Mold

Any area of your home or building that traps water or moisture is susceptible to mold growth, such as a bathroom, basement, laundry room, or kitchen, and structural damage can also cause moisture accumulation. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that approximately 35% of American homes experience water damage each year, giving molds the chance to proliferate and wreak havoc on the health of their occupants.

There are thousands of mold varieties, and some mold types are more hazardous than others, so if you suspect your home or business has a mold problem, it's a good idea to call in a professional mold expert to determine the extent of your infestation

The ASAP Environmental, Inc. Difference

At ASAP Environmental, Inc., our microbial investigator is certified by the Indoor Air Quality Association Council, and we use state-of-the-art investigative tools, such as moisture meters and thermal imaging machines, to examine your property for dangerous molds. Our exacting and thorough investigations include air quality sampling, a moisture assessment, a detailed analysis and report, mold remediation consulting, a post-remediation inspection, and so much more.

When you place your trust in ASAP Environmental, Inc., you can rest assured that your mold testing will be conducted by capable professionals with years of experience. Get in touch with us today, and let us ensure that you have a mold-free environment!

Areas susceptible to moisture:

  • Bathrooms
  • Kitchen
  • Basements
  • Attics
  • Laundry rooms
  • Closets
  • HVAc Systems

Indoor building materials affected by moisture:

  • Wood
  • Gypsum Wallboard (Sheetrock / Drywall)
  • Carpets and pads
  • Furniture
  • Personal belongings