Another city that we offer our services to is Arlington Heights Mold Inspection and Arlington Heights mold Inspection. Whether you live on the cook county portion or the will county side, we are here to help you figure out your air quality issues.
Give us a call and we will schedule one of our expert/experienced Arlington Heights mold inspectors to your location to carry out an inspection and develop a custom testing protocol to carry out.
Unless you have dealt with mold and air quality problems in the past, it is most likely a confusing and frustrating process. Well as a business that only deals with one aspect of the process, you can trust our advice and results since we don’t benefit in any way if you have mold.
The longer your wait to get a mold inspection Arlington Heights, the worse the problem can get. The more the problem spreads, the more expensive it is to get rid of it. However, you can rest assured that if you have made plans to start the process, there is no need to freak out.
An Arlington Heights mold inspector will assess your home, business, or office building in order to get you on your way to healthy air. We know you will be very happy with your choice to hire our company. Your happiness is our number one priority!
Once our inspector completes the extensive visual inspection, they will then create a plan for testing. A control sample will be taken outside to create a baseline for normal/acceptable levels of mold in the air in your area. That will then be compared to any samples collected inside to determine whether or not you have an indoor air quality problem and help pinpoint where it is coming from.
It is very beneficial for you to get an inspection done prior to getting any work done on your home or business. You might be thinking that you already know a problem exists and there is no point in getting an inspection done. This is very far from the truth. When dealing with insurance companies or going to litigation with landlords, only samples collected by a licensed mold assessor will be accepted as fact. So in the big scheme of things, skipping out on this step of the process to try and save a little money may cost you ALOT in the end.