Testing for whether your house has mold requires professional sampling and laboratory analysis if the mold is not easily visible. If you smell mold or experience mold exposure symptoms, have a professional collect sample... More »

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The best way to check for mold underneath a home is to do an inspection of the entire basement or crawlspace, looking for signs of mold on surfaces and moisture spots. The inspection is done by the homeowner or a mold in... More »

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Minor instances of mold can be easily killed and cleaned with typical household cleaning products, such as as bleach or another non-ammonia based solution. However, larger infestations can cause numerous health issues an... More »

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The best way to check for mold underneath a home is to do an inspection of the entire basement or crawlspace, looking for signs of mold on surfaces and moisture spots. The inspection is done by the homeowner or a mold in... More »

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Humidity, foul odors, leaks, cracks and mold are some common problems with household basements. Additionally, basement walls and floors can become weak and buckle, crack and sink over time. More »

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An individual should have their house inspected to determine the cause of mold growth once they see and smell the mold in their home. It's possible to hire a consultant who specializes in assessing buildings to evaluate ... More »

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Healthy Building Science describes two methods of air sampling that result in mold spore counts: sporetrap and petri dish testing. A small known volume of air is drawn into a pump across a greased slide or a petri dish. ... More »

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