Shawn Taylor and Associates understand the importance of protecting your home from such things as mold which can have a harmful effect on the people living in the home. With many types of molds that can grow in your home, it is important to identify if there is mold present if you feel your home, usually, the basement feels moist or damp. Many people mistake foul smells for mold. If you notice that you are coughing more, having trouble breathing, or congested you may want to have an air quality test performed. There are some molds that are very detrimental to your health. Most people who suffer severely are usually those with health problems, elderly and infants.
- Our air quality sampling is relatively quick depending on if you have a certain location that's in question. This type of testing can take as little as 20min. The samples are sent to the laboratory, a report is generated and emailed and explained to you with the results.
- Our next method for identifying mold is to perform a thorough mold inspection of your home. This is very similar to a home inspection where we inspect your entire home for mold. This usually takes about 2 hrs. With this, you will receive a 10-20 page report about your home, areas of concern, solutions, and recommendations.
- If mold is found and remediation is needed we will outline the process we recommend to clean, treat and eliminate any physical forms of mold.
Radon is a naturally occurring colorless, radioactive gas and is classified as a Class A carcinogen by the National Academy of Sciences and is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Radon can be found in elevated levels in any home that is attached to the earth by a foundation. It does not matter if it is new construction or existing home. The only way to know if your home has radon is to have it tested