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Why You Need Maryland Mold And Air Testing No Matter How Old Your Home Is

Posted in Mold Inspection on March 4th, 2014 by Hunter Adams

It’s not uncommon to walk into a home today and find a carbon monoxide detector protecting the family inside. While carbon monoxide is a very real danger, there are other health hazards that could be within the walls of your home that you’re ignoring entirely.

The presence of mold or asbestos in your home can have tragic consequences. If you worry that your home might contain either, MD Mold Testing can perform a household environmental test or home inspection.

We have more than 25 years of experience and provide our services for your safety seven days per week. Call us today at 301-717-1454 for Maryland mold and air testing.

A Maryland Mold Clearance Inspection Can Protect Your Family

We offer testing for asbestos, soil properties, radon, lead, water quality and, of course, mold. If you are looking into buying a new home, you should consider having a Maryland mold clearance inspection by someone you trust before finalizing your purchase.

When mold grows in a house, it can be a danger to the people living inside; unfortunately, it’s not too difficult to hide mold growth with a few layers of paint or some new drywall. Mold growth is common in older homes, especially in the dark, moist areas of the basement.

If you really want to ensure your family’s safety, though, you should perform a Maryland mold clearance inspection in the entire house, which we can do for you.

Air Testing Is Crucial in a New Home, As Well

Moving into a new home doesn’t ensure your family’s safety just yet, unfortunately. Volatile organic compounds often compromise the indoor air quality in homes that are newly built.

VOCs can be released into the air in a number of ways. The most likely culprits in new homes include flooring, carpeting, framing materials and paint.

Essentially, any new construction project has the potential to release VOCs into the air. VOCs contain formaldehyde, which can aggravate asthma symptoms and irritate the respiratory track in otherwise healthy people.

Maryland mold and air testing is crucial in both old homes and new, as there are many ways the air in your home can be compromised. If you want to protect your family, call us today at 301-717-1454 and ask about our same day service availability.