In Chicago and beyond, there are some mold inspectors that don’t really do an inspection at all. They do basic mold testing, such as collecting a few air samples, and neglect to do a visual inspection of the home or evaluate the moisture problems leading to the growth. To make matters worse, these inspectors typically hand you a laboratory report and make you fend for yourself for one of the hardest parts: the interpretation of the mold tests.
In this blog post, I intend to freely assist anyone that had a sub-par mold inspection and is left with more questions than answers. Post your questions at the bottom of the page in the “Leave a Reply” section. Please note that it asks for your email address, but it will not be displayed on the blog.
Although this designed for people in the Chicago area, I would happy to answer everyones questions. The more details you provide, the better!
Finally, if you would like to speak with us directly, you can purchase a 30 minute phone consultation for $98. Or if you are looking for a mold test in Chicago, give us a call at the phone number at the bottom of the page.
UPDATE 9/18/17: Although I’m not accepting or responding to new questions here, Dylan McIntosh at our office started a new blog post where he is actively responding to questions: More on the Interpretation of Mold Samples.