Have you noticed a small green spot in a nearby corner of the office, or an unusual vertical streak permeating from your baseboards?
The culprit could be a case of mold growth and if left untested, could lead to severe health hazards in the future.
The good news is that not all concentrations of mold growth can be dangerous. In fact, it is very normal to have small amounts of mold spores floating within the environment of any building. However, if it gets out of hand, negative consequences could occur. With over 37 years of experience, Bullseye Remodeling & Restoration can handle all types of mold inspection & testing projects- regardless the size. Servicing the Chicagoland area, we proudly cover the cities of Burr Ridge, Hinsdale, Willowbrook, Clarendon Hills, Darien, Lemont, Oak Brook, Downers Grove, Lombard, Lisle, Naperville, Bolingbrook, Romeoville, LaGrange, Western Springs, Riverside, North Riverside, Forest Park, Wheaton.
If you notice unusual mold growth in your home, give us a call and we can send out a certified technician to inspect and test the area of concern. If mold growth is found, we will propose a reasonable remediation plan making sure mold spores are contained within the affected areas. Using negative pressure technologies along with the appropriate equipment for cleaning and remediation, our technicians will perform the job quickly and effectively. If mold growth is getting out of hand at your property, call Bullseye Remodeling & Restoration immediately at (630) 887–7550.
Q: When is the best time to conduct a mold inspection?
A mold inspection is best conducted in the event which mold growth is suspected. You can have your provider perform a full inspection of the entire property, or a limited inspection; targeting solely the affected areas of concern.
Q: What will the inspector report?
Upon completion of the evaluation, a mold inspector will report their key findings including areas of water intrusion, any sort of musty odor or smell, water damage present, visual apparent mold colonization or growth, and any lab test conclusions.
Q: How will the samples be taken?
There are several different tools that can be used for mold inspections. These include but are not limited to swab analysis, rotameters, spore collectors and air pumps if necessary. Typically the inspector will walk the property taking different samples at various locations.
During limited inspections, the inspector will take samples of the affected area, and focus on that sole area.
After an inspection has been done, it may be wise to do a round of testing to determine if mold levels have reached unhealthy levels. If you do move to this step in the process, choosing a certified mold inspector is key to successful results. It is very important to remember that some levels of mold is considered normal. Keeping a proper baseline in mind during the testing process will help determine if the mold growth on your property is normal, or needs to be remediated.
Typically a mold test could include one of three different techniques: Air testing, surface testing or bulk testing. Since each test has their own set of strengths and weaknesses, a certified mold test may include one of these tests or a combination of all three. At Bullseye Remodeling & Restoration, we understand the testing process and are certified to identify hazardous mold levels on your property. We understand that not all levels of mold are dangerous, and will provide the proper analysis necessary.
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Do areas of your property have an unusual musty smell? Could high humidity levels be fostering the ideal living conditions for mold spores to colonize and spread?
It may be time to conduct a mold inspection and series of tests to determine if the mold is in a dangerous range. The faster we detect unusual mold growth within your property, the quicker we can resolve the issue. Sometimes even small amounts of mold can be an indicator of a much more severe problem behind the walls.
Do not make a mistake that could cost you the health of the occupants in your property.
Readily available, our dispatchers are happy to take your call and set up a time for an inspection to test the mold spore count and determine if remediation needs to take place. Servicing the Chicagoland area, we proudly cover the cities of Burr Ridge, Hinsdale, Willowbrook, Clarendon Hills, Darien, Lemont, Oak Brook, Downers Grove, Lombard, Lisle, Naperville, Bolingbrook, Romeoville, LaGrange, Western Springs, Riverside, North Riverside, Forest Park, Wheaton.