Sometimes water or mold damage can be obvious. There may be a water stain or discoloration near a plumbing fixture, window, or appliance. In this case, we will utilize specialized equipment such as thermal imaging cameras, moisture meters, and UV lights to detect potential issues.
WE USE SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT
However, sometimes it’s not until we start to feel the physical symptoms that we realize there is a problem. When this is the case, we must rely on physical sampling to determine if an indoor air quality problem exists. In the State of Florida, the physical sampling and detailed investigation is to be performed by a licensed mold assessor. With multiple license holders on staff, you are sure to get the most accurate assessment by a qualified professional.
WE RELY ON PHYSICAL SAMPLING
The samples that are derived from your inspection are delivered to an independent laboratory where they are assessed. The promptness of our team and the quick turnaround on results ensures that your air quality issues will be dealt with in a timely manner.
WE OFFER COMPETITIVE PRICING
The use of these tests is so vitally important because oftentimes mold damage can occur in spaces that are not readily accessible. There can be hidden damage behind cabinets, vanities, air conditioning components, etc. that may not be available for inspection. Through the use of different types of sampling, almost nothing is off-limits. Here at Shamrock Mold Inspections, we offer competitive pricing in an effort to make this process affordable to our clients.