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Certified
Mold
Inspection
and Testing

Certified
Mold
Inspection
and Testing

Have you or members of your family had persistent respiratory or skin reactions they cannot explain? What you might have written off as bad allergies might be reactions to mold present in your home. One of the most important factors to take into consideration in terms of mold is that each person reacts differently. Some people have a very high sensitivity to mold. Just because you can't see or smell mold doesn't mean it's not there or doesn’t have an effect on your health.

Mold inspection and testing is the process of identifying the presence and degree of mold present in a home. Through our mold inspection and testing processes, we identify the degree of the problem, which molds are present, and how to get rid of them. When we perform a water intrusion and mold inspection, we make it our goal to find the source of the issue. After a thorough inspection, we can offer practical solutions to remedy the contamination.

Residential inspection Includes:
  • Whole home airborne particle, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde sampling
  • Infrared imaging
  • Visual HVAC contamination inspection
  • 2 Air samples (one inside and one outside)  Each additional sample is $75
  • Visual inspection of:
    • Outside grading/landscaping
    • Water intrusion inspection
    • Interior inspection
  • Laboratory report
  • Photo report with recommendations for remediation
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Identifying
Mold
Growth
in Your
Home

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Identifying
Mold
Growth
in Your
Home

It’s no wonder why Minnesota homes are particularly susceptible to mold. Our annual snowfalls, unpredictable weather, and 12,000+ lakes leave plenty of opportunities for spores to take root and flourish in unwanted places. Some of the signs your home may be affected by mold are:

A visual presence of mold
Musty smells
Physical effects on your body (asthma, allergies, foggy brain, etc.)
Deteriorating materials
Water damage that has not been properly dried.

Pure Breathing is a certified mold inspection company. We conduct visual inspections and sampling to identify the particulates in the air of your home. We also offer experienced advice to remedy the cause of water intrusion.

When Should Homeowners Seek Certified Mold Inspections?

  • After water damage: Whenever a place in your home experiences excess water that does not dry within 24 to 48 hours, there is a distinct possibility for mold growth. This might include a flooded basement, leaky roof, or broken pipe.
  • When purchasing a new home: Unless you find an especially forthcoming seller, there’s no way of knowing what kind of water damage a home might have experienced in the past. This is especially true if the home has been unoccupied for some time.
  • After Mold Remediation: Once the full process of mold remediation has been completed, it’s a good idea to test for any remaining issues.
  • If you see visible mold: A little bit of mold in one location can mean mold growth throughout your home.
  • If your family has unresolved health issues: If members of your family experience persistent respiratory or skin irritations that you just can’t identify, it might be due to the presence of mold in your home.

Mold growth in your home can become a serious problem–both for the health of your home and for the health of your family. Cleanup and restoration begin when you contact Pure Breathing Solutions. Contact us today to schedule an inspection.

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