COMPREHENSIVE MOLD INSPECTION SERVICES
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Serving customers all throughout Pickens County, Greenville County, Blacksburg County, Spartanburg County, Laurens County, Newberry County, Saluda County, York County, and Cherokee County, South Carolina and Polk County, Henderson County, Transylvania County and Rutherford County, North Carolina.
Fungal and mold spores are common contaminants in both indoor and outdoor areas. Certain species of mold and fungi are associated with the indoor environment and grow particularly well in warm and damp conditions. They are usually found in bathrooms, basements, and other areas with poor ventilation or affected by water damage.
The visible signs of mold on wall and ceiling surfaces are an obvious indication of molds and their growth activity, but on its own, this does not confirm if and to what level airborne viable spores are present within the atmosphere. In many cases, mold may be growing within hidden voids and release spores into the atmosphere without any visible signs to the occupants, causing health risks.
Viable mold spore testing collects living mold spores and requires culturable media for mold spores to be grown in the laboratory. Following the collection of a set volume of air, it is then possible to calculate the concentration of mold spores and make any recommendations about known exposure levels.
If you suspect that your home or business has a mold problem, ServiceMaster of the Upstate can inspect and assess your property. If mold is found, they have the training, equipment, and expertise to handle the situation. We are committed to safeguarding your health and protecting your property from mold damage.
How to Prepare for a Mold Inspection
At ServiceMaster of the Upstate, we know it’s important to get ready for a mold inspection. Here are some easy steps to follow before the inspector comes:
- Clear the way: Make sure the inspector can easily reach all areas of your home or office by removing any obstacles.
- Deal with mold signs: If you’ve seen or smelled mold, like musty odors or dark spots, take care of them before the inspection.
- Let fresh air in: If you can, open windows and doors to let fresh air flow in, helping the inspector get a better idea of mold levels.
- Write down your questions: Feel free to note any questions you have for the inspector before and during the inspection.
By taking these simple steps, you’ll help create the best conditions for a successful mold inspection.
Our Mold Inspection Process Can Include the Following:
- Visual inspection
- Moisture assessment
- Air and surface sampling
- Mold identification and assessment
- Report and recommendations
- Remediation planning
WHY CHOOSE SERVICEMASTER OF THE UPSTATE?
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ServiceMaster of the Upstate is open seven days a week, and we provide 24/7 emergency services. Do not hesitate to call us if you need assistance. If you need immediate services due to mold damage in Upstate South Carolina, please call our emergency line at (864) 310-7891, and we will be available to you as soon as possible. We are dedicated to our customers and our community, and we will do everything in our power to restore your home to pre-damage condition.