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Why Test for Mold?

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Mold, a common problem in Ottawa and Montreal homes, can grow undetected for months, even years.

If you suspect you have a mold problem in your home or office, a test for mold is the only reliable way to find out if your suspicions are true. Foregoing or delaying this could increase your risk of health problems and property loss.

Mold testing is a reliable tool that offers countless advantages to homeowners, potential buyers, business owners and property managers.

So book your mold test with Mold Busters and get peace of mind today.

Should You Test Your Home for Mold?
Should You Test Your Home for Mold?

Benefits of mold testing

A mold test, be it a surface sample or an air quality test, has several purposes:

  • Assessing fungal ecology
  • Confirming the presence of mold
  • Locating source(s) of moisture
  • Assessing potential health risks
  • Eliminating potential health risks
  • Planning a mold remediation
  • Providing evidence for insurance claims/litigation
  • Verifying job completion

How to tell if you need a mold test

One common reason people decide to get professional mold testing is that they notice persistent smells or recurring symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, skin or eye irritation and headaches.

Although many of these symptoms are associated with and point to seasonal allergies, it’s possible you’re actually experiencing an allergic reaction to mold.

It’s also a good idea to get a mold test if you’re thinking about buying a home. Know that the home you’re investing in is free of harmful air pollutants that will cost you down the road.

Finally, if you’ve never had your home tested for mold, there’s no better time to start than today.

Book now with Mold Busters! Our mold testing package includes a full report specifying the exact species of mold found and their concentrations. Also included is a professional recommendation for how to proceed with remediation, if necessary.

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