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Mold Guide 101 – Different Areas, Health Issues, & Inspections

Posted in Blog | Mold Inspection on May 18th, 2020 by Ian Stevens

Mold can grow in the most discreet of places throughout your house as it thrives in areas that are moist and may not always be obvious to a homeowner.  At MD Mold Testing, we provide thorough mold and home inspection services in Washington D.C., Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia. Learn more about where mold hides in Read More »

Environmental Testing – EPA Testing Before Purchasing a Home

Posted in Environmental Testing | Radon Testing | Soil Testing | Water Testing on April 2nd, 2020 by Ian Stevens

The purpose of home EPA testing is to discover if there are any hazardous materials in or around a house. It includes both home air quality testing and soil testing, and it can provide homeowners and residents with the information they need to create a cleaner environment, protecting themselves and others from common health hazards. Read More »

Keep Your Water Safe With Water Testing & Water Filters

Posted in Water Testing on March 4th, 2020 by Ian Stevens

Reasons to Have Your Water Tested You should never take it for granted that the water in your home is high quality. Contaminated water can lead to problems that affect your health and safety. Consider the following reasons you should have your water tested. To Protect Your Health This is the most important reason you should Read More »

Mold Testing & Home Inspections to Help with Allergies

Posted in Home Inspection Services on February 20th, 2020 by Ian Stevens

The Worst Airborne Allergies May Be Right in Your Home This past allergy season has been one of the worst. Waves of pollen have sent suffers into sneezing fits, unable to enjoy the nice weather. However, the outside conditions are not the only problem for allergy suffers.  Indoor conditions can be just as bad and according to Read More »

Effects of Poor Air Quality + Signs Your Home Needs an Air Quality Assessment

Posted in Indoor Air Quality | Mold Inspection | Radon Testing | VOC Testing on December 27th, 2019 by Ian Stevens

Indoor air pollution is a problem everywhere, though the particular pollutants vary somewhat from place to place, or even from room to room. Contaminated air can seep into any house from outside, and it can also be created by indoor sources. Possible dangers include mold, bugs, pets, construction materials and even certain consumer products. Indoor Read More »

The Importance of Asbestos Testing (Maryland Services, Common Health Problems, and More!)

Posted in Blog on November 5th, 2019 by Ian Stevens

For centuries, builders and manufacturers have used asbestos in buildings, vehicles, and even textiles, as this material has natural insulation properties. Since the late 20th century, however, asbestos has fallen out of favor because researchers have drawn connections between this material and cancer. MD Mold Testing can provide EPA-certified asbestos testing services and help you Read More »

The Importance of Soil Testing

Posted in Environmental Testing | Home Inspection Services | Soil Testing on August 15th, 2019 by Ian Stevens

When you are considering the purchase of a new home, you look at lots of details to decide if it is the right home for you. And while you may have a home inspector who is checking your potential new home inside and out, there is one area that is often overlooked – the soil Read More »

Indoor Air Quality: What to Know About Improving the Air Quality in Your Home

Posted in Indoor Air Quality on June 17th, 2019 by Ian Stevens

Did you know that indoor air quality has nothing to do with how clean you keep your home? Did you also know that the majority of pollutants have no smell, making them undetectable? Anyone with a home can benefit from improving the air quality their family breathes. If you aren’t sure how to improve the air quality Read More »

Buying a Home? These Are the Types of Home Inspections You Should Consider to Protect Your Investment

Posted in Blog | Home Inspection Services on May 20th, 2019 by Ian Stevens

Congratulations, you’ve put in an offer on a home! Now it’s time to get your home inspection done. Not having your new home inspected can cause serious issues down the line. In fact, 70% of new homeowners said that a home inspection helped prevent potential issues. If you are trying to figure out what home inspection types you should consider, then you’ve Read More »

The Importance of Termite Inspections and What to Do If You Find Them

Posted in Blog on April 23rd, 2019 by Ian Stevens

American residents spend around $5 billion each year to control termites and repair termite damage. A healthy termite queen lays an egg every 3 seconds for an average of 30,000 eggs every day. It’s no wonder that these wood-eating pests cause so much damage. Worst of all, without termite inspections, it can be almost impossible to Read More »