If you have allergies or a chronic lung disease like asthma, you’re probably very aware of the effect mold can have on your health. But even if you have a healthy immune system and no allergies, mold can cause a variety of health problems — coughing, wheezing, and throat, skin, and eye irritation, to name a few. Mold is everywhere and, though you can’t fully control your exposure to it outdoors or in public spaces, you can check for mold in common places around your home and take measures to prevent and remove it.
If you’re suspicious that mold spores are polluting your indoor air quality and aggravating allergies—or worse—alleviate your concerns once and for all with a viable mold test kit and these testing tips.
- Air Testing
- Surface Testing
- Bulk Testing
Our Mold Testing company recommends the use of all 3 tests to properly diagnose the home.