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Mold Inspections & Testing Tidewater Region VA


Certified Mold Inspection & Testing Tidewater Region VA

Indoor mold development and the underlying moisture problem can mean serious and costly property damage and health implications. If you are concerned about a potential mold problem in your residential or commercial property, you should consider contacting a trained mold professional. Having your home inspected my a professional mold inspector is the first step to diagnosing the problem. A trained and certified mold inspector in the Tidewater Region of Virginia will be able to identify the mold problem, determine the cause of the problem and prescribe an effective solution.

Through mold testing we will be able to determine if you have elevated indoor mold counts, how elevated and what species of mold is present. If you suspect indoor mold growth in your home, basement, attic, crawl space or commercial building, or if you are concerned about black mold or toxic mold, call Mastertech of Tidewater today! 1-757-932-2772.

Our mold inspectors are fully trained, licensed and certified to perform mold inspections and mold testing throughout Virginia. If you need a professional mold inspection in Tidewater Region of VA, our trusted mold inspectors have the necessary skills, tools and knowledge to help.

What to expect from Mold Inspection in Virginia:


Visual Inspection:

We start every mold inspection or mold assessment with a complete visual assessment of the interior and the exterior of the property to identify any/all conditions that could be contributing to mold development.


Digital Documentation:

Thorough documentation is important for the both our inspector and our client. Detailed documentation will provide a clear reference for the findings. We’ll take pictures of all the areas of concern so you see exactly what we saw during your mold inspection.


Thermal Imaging:

Damp or wet building materials are almost always cooler than dry materials. Our inspectors will use thermal imaging cameras (or infrared cameras) to detect temperature differences in (and often behind) building materials. With this information, your inspector will be able to map out moisture patterns and trace the moisture source.


Moisture Mapping:

Since mold needs moisture to develop and thrive, finding that source of moisture is very important. Moisture mapping basically allows us to locate building materials that are damp or wet enough to support mold growth. Testing for moisture also helps us determine if water leaks have been resolved or if they are actively leaking and can locate where water damage starts and stops.


Airborne Mold Testing:

Your mold inspector may need to collect air samples to determine if your indoor mold spore levels are higher than they should be.


Surface Mold Testing:

Is it just water staining, or is it mold? Surface testing with mold swabs or bio tape lifts will answer those questions. In many cases, surface testing isn’t necessary if mold growth is visibly obvious.


Inner Wall Mold Testing:

When mold is suspected behind a wall or above a ceiling, those areas should be tested. Today’s mold testing technologies and techniques allow mold inspectors to take air and surface samples from wall or ceiling voids without causing unnecessary damage to the property.


Mold Inspection Summary Report:

Your inspector will compile all of the findings, including all the information gathered on site and a detailed discussion of the mold testing lab report, to generate a clear, concise and easy to read report.


Scope of Work:

Upon request, your mold inspector will design a mold remediation plan specific to your property. Your scope of work will include cleanup suggestions as well as preventative measures that are necessary to keep mold from returning.


PRV Testing (Post Remediation Verification Testing):

Also referred to as clearance testing. This is a mold inspection conducted following a mold remediation for quality assurance. Once the mold has been removed, it is important to know that the job was done right – the first time. PRV Testing will determine if cleanup efforts were successful or if further cleanup is necessary.

Mastertech Environmental is certified to perform mold inspections and mold testing throughout Virginia. We take pride in our detailed and thorough approach. Each Mastertech mold inspector is carefully trained and follow strict safety protocols.


Mastertech of Tidewater Mold Inspection Process:

A thorough visual inspection of the interior and exterior of the property.

Digital documentation of our findings.

Thermal imaging (Infrared Camera Inspection) of potential problem areas.

Moisture mapping in areas where water intrusion may be a problem.

Indoor airborne mold testing to determine if mold levels are elevated inside your home or business.

Swab or bio tape mold samples to determine if mold is present on surfaces or belongings.

Inner wall testing to determine if mold is present in wall or ceiling voids.

A detailed report outlining what we did, what we found, where we found it and what to do next.

For more information about a mold inspection or mold testing in your Virginia area, contact us today to speak with a member of our specially trained team.

Call us today 1-757-932-2772

Professional Mold Inspection Virginia Service Areas:

Mastertech of Tidewater services all the following areas in The Tidewater Region of VA.