Not necessarily. If the mold is localized, we can set up a work zone that will cover all impacted areas. We do encourage testing after the remediation process to verify that the treatment was successful.
You should inspect for mold if you experience any of the following scenarios:
Looking for mold is also a typical part of the home inspection process.
You may not see visible signs, which is why it’s important to bring in the professionals. Mold needs moisture to thrive, so you’ll often find it in places where water can come into the home, such as basements, bathrooms, and attics.
If you can see mold we encourage you to contact us directly, and we’ll come out and inspect the area at no cost to you.
If you smell an unpleasant odor and aren’t sure whether you have mold, we recommend you hire a professional mold inspector who will survey the area and take air samples. The typical cost is for air sampling is anywhere from $500 to $1,500 depending on the extent of the survey.
It depends. If mold is visible, the inspection process is not necessarily a long one. We can come to your home, look at the area in question, and determine the next steps for mold removal. All of this can take place within a day or two, and we can schedule mold removal for the following day or within the next week, depending on our work load.
If you suspect mold but can’t see it, you’ll need to hire an outside expert who will conduct scientific air sampling and collect samples that will be analyzed in a lab. Most mold inspectors use labs that can around the results within 24 hours.
629 Calef Highway (Route 125)
Epping, NH 03042
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Stoneham, MA 02180
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Westbrook, ME 04092
EnviroVantage provides mold inspection and removal services in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine. Please call 1-800-640-5323 for more information or to obtain a quote.