If you suspect you have mold in your home or work environment and you want to be sure, contact mold.ca to perform your air quality testing. Our certified inspectors use the highest quality equipment calibrated before each use to ensure any testing performed is accurate.
Air quality testing is a relative test, meaning the air inside your home is compared to the air outside your home. The premise of the testing is to ensure that the mold and mold related bacteria found in your home are at a lower concentration than what is found outside your home. In addition to the concentration levels, the species of mold found in the home should be representative of the species found outside your home. If the results show higher concentrations or unique species that should not exist inside your home then this is an indication that something is out of balance in your home or work environment.
Mold.ca works with a number of accredited laboratories across the greater Toronto and surrounding area’s to analyze the samples taken and provide our customers with comprehensive reporting.
Our dedicated team members will work with you to help you understand the results provided and help you make the best decisions for you, your family or your co-workers.
Often people first suspect that they might have a problem with the quality of the air in their home when someone in the family develops a health problem or an allergic reaction. Poor indoor air quality is something that you cannot see. Servicing homes and businesses for many years throughout the GTA and southern Ontario, Mold.ca is familiar with the local geographic and environmental conditions that can lead to poor air quality problems.
Common health problems that prolonged exposure to poor indoor air quality and mold in the home or office have been known to caused include, respiratory problems, blurred vision and eye irritation, sinus and nasal congestion, throat and nose irritation, dry cough, shortness of breath, headaches and other aches and pains, skin irritations, mood change and memory problems, nose bleed, fatigue, chills and fever, and weakened immune system.
If you are not sure if air quality testing is the right service for you, contact us at (416) 504-0333 for air quality testing in Toronto and the GTA, or (519) 585-0333 for air quality testing in Kitchener Waterloo. Our mold experts will be happy to discuss your needs and find the right solution for you.