• During a Mold Busters mold inspection, the inspector will first perform a visual analysis of the area in question for common indicators of mold. During this visual inspection, he will take a temperature and relative humidity reading as well as note for any musty or earthy odors, black spots, water damage, leaks etc. He will also try to locate the source of the mold growth.

    • Mold inspection
    • Air quality testing
    • Thermal imaging
    • Mold removal
    • Bio-fogging
    • Bio-cleaning





    Often, a mold inspection reveals high humidity and moisture levels in homes, dampness, flooding, leaks, and poor air circulation and inadequate ventilation.

    The next stage of the mold inspection involves an infrared camera to examine behind walls and tight spaces for temperature differences that would indicate a water intrusion problem. In the final stages of the mold inspection, the mold inspector may, at the request of the client, take an air quality test or a surface sample to test for the presence of mold.

    An air quality test will be extremely helpful as it shows the exact types of mold present in the space as well as the concentrations in which they are found. Typically, after a mold inspection, Mold Busters inspectors will send a full report of their findings within 7 working days after the inspection. Clients can then use the mold inspection results to plan for a proper mold remediation.