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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is mold testing important?


Over 100,000 types of molds exist and all molds have the potential to cause health effects. Potential health concerns are an important reason to prevent mold growth and to clean up any existing indoor mold growth. ​​​ The types and severity of symptoms depend, in part, on the types of mold present, the extent of an individual's exposure, the ages of the individuals, and their existing sensitivities or allergies. Due to the mass amount of information and inconclusive research on mold and mold exposure, it is important to have your home tested by a mold professional who is educated on the state of the research.




What are potential health effects of mold exposure?


The health effects of mold exposure varry depending on the type of mold, length of exposure, pre-existing health conditions, etc. Some of the more common symptoms include: - Skin Rashes or Irritations - Sneezing - Red or Burning Eyes - Runny Nose - Difficulty Breathing - Headaches - Aggravation of Asthma Symptoms - Potential Chronic Health Effects




What type of mold inspection do I need?


The type of mold inspection or test performed will depend on the issues and concerns that are present. Some inspections will require multiple sampling methods whereas some inspections will simply consist of an in-depth visual inspection. Evidence that active growth is occurring is often times sensory, through visual identification or odor perception. Surface testing is used to confirm the present growth. When mold is not visible, air sampling is used with well-designed sampling protocols.




What types of mold inspections does Maypole provide?


Visual Inspection ​The inspector will do a thorough visual inspection of the entire space or specific areas of concern. He or she may look for areas of excessive moisture, humidity, or musty odors with the use of hygrometers, moisture meters, and/or infrared cameras. In many cases, if visible mold growth is present it is unnecessary to sample further. Surface/Bulk Sampling Through the use of swabs or tape lifts, Surface Sampling, may help locate the source of mold contamination, identify some of the mold species present and differentiate between mold and soot or dirt. It may also be used to determine if an area has been adequately cleaned or remediated. Air Sampling Samples are taken from the air and later examined under a microscope, is useful if there is an odor present or signs of mold related health issues but no visible mold can be detected. In circumstances where visible mold is present it is unnecessary to perform air sampling, with the exception of determining which types of mold spores are present, in which case air sampling or surface sampling is required.