Developing Dependable Remediation Solutions
Toxic mold is a serious threat to all types of building owners and managers. Mold can grow in a wide range of different locations under varying conditions, and detecting it can often be difficult until it’s too late. If left unaddressed for too long, a major infestation can take root, which usually requires a serious remediation effort to clear. In some cases, toxic mold can put dangerous levels of harmful, undetectable spores into the air, leading to all kinds of major health problems.
At American Environmental Group, we understand how harmful mold can be, and we know just how important it is to eradicate it quickly and effectively. Our Mold Surveys are thorough, accurate, and conducted using the highest-quality mold detection equipment. We know how important it is to get accurate test results when you’re dealing with a mold problem, and we use our findings to create ideal mold remediation solutions that are tailored to your needs. In addition, take a look at our indoor air quality testing and check to see how clean your air is. We also provide thermal imaging services to help find any possible mold spores inside of your walls.
What Is Toxic Mold?
Toxic mold is a fungus that starts as a microscopic organism too small for the eye to see. When this fungus finds an ideal place to settle and grow, it starts reproducing, eventually turning into the large and unsightly mold colonies you’ve probably seen or heard of before. Mold grows in lots of different conditions, often requiring nothing more than a source of moisture and some form of organic material to take root and start spreading. This makes building materials like ceiling tiles, drywall, or even wood framing an ideal place for mold growth.
Exposure to toxic mold can carry the following health effects:
- Allergic reactions
- Respiratory complaints
- Stuffy nose
- Eye irritation
- Coughing or wheezing
- Irritated skin
During each Mold Assessment, our team follows all recommendations, guidelines, rules, and regulations set down by Housing and Urban Development, the EPA, OSHA, and all other relevant regulatory bodies in order to make sure our work is completely compliant and all mandatory standards are followed.
Put the expertise and services of our mold testing company to the test! Contact American Environmental Groupat (818) 865-7901.