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mold testing
mold testing

Mold Testing

UHS provides Mold assessment, which is essential to maintaining a safe and healthy environment. If you recently had flooding, smell a musty earthy odor, have structural damage such as blisters, or dark stains on your baseboards, walls, or ceilings in the form of black or green speckled surface stains, are experiencing health symptoms or unexplained illness then please contact us.  

Elevated mold growth can also cause health symptoms like nasal and sinus congestions, eye irritation, blurred vision, sore throat, chronic cough, skin rash and irritations, and an increase in allergy and asthma episodes. These signs are not an all-inclusive list, nor is it always so apparent since airborne mold can be present without obvious structural damage or health symptoms.

Usually, mold is triggered by building problems related to flooding, sewer backup, leaks, and water infiltration into the structure. 


Testing for the presence of mold is technically called mold assessment. It's a careful detailed study of the property with the purpose of detecting the presence of mold growth in the structure. Steps usually consist of a visual inspection of readably available areas of the property for mold. Moisture and humidity levels are taken to locate moisture pockets that make mold growth possible.  

Samples taken at the site are used to determine mold type and quantity and then submitted to an accredited independent laboratory to determine the quantity and type of mold present. The most commonly used media are air cartridges, swabs, and tape, which one will be used depends mainly on the purpose of the test, suitability, and condition to location. We are here to Help!! Consultations are free, will answer questions and meet with you at your convenience, call today at (786) 800-4598.

Other Services: Sewer Camera InspectionMold RemovalFire RemediationWater Restoration


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