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Atlanta Mold Testing, Atlanta Mold Inspection, Air
Quality Testing Atlanta
When should you have a Mold Inspector test for mold in your home?
Mold Testing should be done
If you want to determine if there is mold growing in your home.
after any flooding or water damage event
whenever you smell a moldy or musty odor
If residents of your home experience a long-term medical condition
without any known cause
If unusual stains appear on furniture of building material.
If mold is suspected but do not see any visible mold growth
If you are purchasing a home "as-is" or a foreclosed home.
BCAM® infrared camera
One of the latest tools Mold Inspectors and Environmental Consultants
can use to detect mold "hot spots" in places that cannot be seen easily is
the BCAM® infrared camera.
This kind of equipment and technology offers the mold inspector a noninvasive means of monitoring and diagnosing the conditions of buildings
- providing immediate high-resolution thermal imagery, revealing
potential structural and moisture issues, energy efficiency and even
rodent or pest discovery.
The BCAM® infrared camera features an automatic color alarm alerts
yout to moisture-laden areas during building scans which can detect
potential areas of mold growth, as well as verify when structures are
moisture-free during the drying out process.
With the BCAM® the Mold Inspector or Environmental Consultant can
inspect places that can't be physically reached with moisture meters. The
BCAM® reveals wet conditions behind surfaces such as: enameled walls
and wallpaper that don't readily water stain, track leaks to their source,
monitor the drying process, and confirm when a structure is dry.
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) deals with the content of interior air that could
affect health and comfort of building occupants. The IAQ may be
compromised by microbial contaminants (mold, bacteria), chemicals
(such as carbon monoxide,radon), allergens, or any mass or energy
stressor that can induce health effects.
Often it is perceived that outdoor air is polluted, but indoor air is
acceptable. Scientific studies illustrate the falsity of this perception, and,
in fact, indoor air is often a greater health hazard than the corresponding
Techniques the inspector uses for analyzing IAQ include: testing of air
samples, collection of samples from building surfaces. The testing
samples are analyzed for mold, bacteria, chemicals or other stressors,
depending on the test type. These investigations can lead to an
understanding of the sources of the contaminants and ultimately to
strategies for removal of the unwanted elements from the air.
Our company specializes in consultation, inspections, testing and analysis for
mold in residential property. Our services are used by individuals, who know or
suspect they have a mold problem.
Real Estate Agents can call us for consultation on transactions, where the house
inspector has seen what is believed to be a mold problem and would like a
Home Builders can call us during the
construction process to evaluate their projects
for potential mold problems.
Individuals sensitized to the presence of mold
can call us for an inspection and testing, before
purchasing or rentinga home or apartment.
Regardless of the type of work we do for you, here are our
Our top priority. We determine if it's possible to remain in the building during
abatement procedures. We meet or exceed all OSHA and EPA guidelines.
Our efficiencies and volume allow us to offer more affordable pricing than most
of our competitors.
All efforts are made to avoid interruption and continue normal activities to the
degree it is safe to do so.
All you request, we will take every step to maintain a low profile and safeguard your privacy.
Our team of professionals takes great pride and fulfillment in the work we do.
ISCT National Contact Information
Address: Atlanta, GA