Mold can cause serious health issues.
Mold is the result of water intrusions creating internal dampness (leaky pipes), external dampness (rainwater), humidity (poor air conditioning/circulation), and flooding. When an environment or objects in an environment are damp or wet for long periods of time, they become more prone to the spreading of bacteria and fungi, which produces mold.
Mold testing by a skilled investigator can provide valuable justification for the cost of remediation as well as documentation that diagnosis was done. While our laboratory tests can prove useful in detecting the existence of dangerous levels of mold, our company also routinely conducts visual inspections of the property or structure to identify potential sources. Any indoor mold growth is a problem.
The effects of exposure to even low levels of mold can manifest rapidly over the course of months and years. The quantity and type of mold along with the time of exposure can have various ramifications on individuals. Allergies are often aggravated by mold spores and can lead to sinus and respiratory infections including increased coughing, shortness of breath, and asthma flare-ups.
With an office in Eagan, We are locally owned and take pride in specializing in air quality problems specific to Minneapolis & St. Paul residents. Because air quality, and the contaminants that infect that air vary from state to state, we make sure that we have expert knowledge of Minnesota’s air quality and common contaminants like mold and radon. For instance, being exposed to mold can have serious medical complications, particularly black mold. If you ever suspect that the air quality in your home or business has been affected by mold or another contaminant, then contact us today to protect your family or business from these invisible hazards.
There may come a time in your life when you need to have the air quality of your home or business inspected for problems. Advanced Air Quality Consultants can provide certified mold testing and inspection services in Minnesota. We are certified by the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) and the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC). Feel free to stop by our office, contact us online or call us at 651-336-1103.