Any successful mold removal begins with a mold inspection. To ensure that we are going to target the right mold, our company in Billings does both regular and black mold testing. Our technicians in Billings are trained to know exactly where molds might be hiding, such as underneath carpeting and behind walls. We will find the molds, and correctly identify them. Certain molds are susceptible to certain treatments, and our mold testing will guarantee that the molds we are targeting are the exact ones present in your Billings building.
Mold Inspection Experts in Billings Know How and Where to Test
We start our mold inspection and testing in Billings with an in-depth visual inspection of any areas susceptible to mold growth. If there was a water event such as flooding or a leak, we will follow up everywhere that might have been affected by the moisture. If there is drywall, we will perform black mold testing. Our technicians take air samples, wall cavity air samples, and surface samples from materials like drywall and insulation. We will perform tape lifting and swabbing of any surfaces that might host mold spores.
Billings Mold Testing Experts Present Recommendations
After our initial mold inspection and testing of your Billings building, we compile our findings and discuss our recommendations for remediation. We will tell you exactly how we plan to go after the mold in your building, and why. We can discuss what might have caused the mold problem and the types of mold that we found present. Using the mold inspection results, we target the specific molds that are occupying your Billings building and evict them.
Mold Inspection and Testing to End the Process
When our professional mold exterminators are certain that they have removed all the mold that showed up in the initial tests, we don’t just walk away from your Billings property. We perform mold inspections and mold testing again. That includes black mold testing. Our particulate sensors will pick up any airborne mold spores in your Billings home or business. It’s our way of ensuring that we got rid of every bit of mold. Only then do we know the job was completed properly.