Building Health Check, LLC offers a variety of DIY mold test kits that detects the presence and identifies the type of mold in your environment.
When do you perform surface testing for visible mold?
When you can see visible mold growth and you want to know whether it's toxic or not, surface testing is necessary. Surface testing will identify the presence of toxic molds, so you will know for sure if you or your family has been exposed to toxins.
The DIY Mold Screen Check kit that will identify toxic mold in your home so you'll know for sure if the mold you see is toxic or not.
Also, when visible mold is present, you also may want to collect air samples to determine if your family or building occupants were exposed to elevated amounts of airborne spores and what types. In most cases, it is recommended to also collect air samples where there is visible mold growth because it's not the mold on the wall that affects our health but the airborne spores.
The DIY Evalu-Aire Screen Check kit collects samples of indoor air for the purpose of detecting the presence of mold and identifying the types of mold in the air.
Think of mold testing this way, If you went to the doctor because you noticed an irregular skin condition, you would want your doctor to do all the testing he can to identify (diagnose) the concern and get rid of it. Mold is very similar. If you’ve got it, you want to perform all the testing you can to identify (diagnose) it and get rid of it.
Many customer service questions and concerns center on the fact that they have had some form of long-term exposure to Mold. They have been sick for months with Allergenic type symptoms, Confusion, Dizziness, Lethargy, Fatigue, they have been seen by many doctors and have been given no hope of relief. The doctors treat the symptoms like a cold, but the experts say “There is no two month cold”.
If you or someone you love has had a cold or what appears to be the flu for six weeks or more, If you leave the house or office for two hours or more and feel better only to return later and have your symptoms flair up, chances are You’ve Got Mold .
About Building Health Check, LLC
Building Health Check sets the industry standard for IAQ DIY kits, testing equipment, and laboratory analysis.
For more information on Building Health Check, LLC contact us at (800) 422-7873 ext. 404 or 804 or visit http://www.indoorairtest.com
About our Affiliate Laboratory, EDLab
our Affiliate Laboratory, EDLabThe Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab) (established in 1992) at Pure Air Control Services (PACS) is an AIHA accredited environmental lab offering complete and comprehensive indoor environmental microbiology laboratory services. They include: microbiology, aerobiology, chemistry, allergen assays and microscopy designed to meet all your indoor air needs. EDLab supports IAQ investigations by assisting with strategic sampling plan development and supplying media collection equipment while performing a wide range of environmental analyses.
For more information on EDLab at Pure Air Services, Inc. please contact Alan Wozniak, at (800) 422-7873 x 802, or visit www.pureaircontrols.com