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Mold Testing & Inspection Company in California

Serving Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, & San Francisco, California

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Whether you are living in California, or any other state in the US, you have mold in your home. The good news is, out of over 100,000 types of mold, few of them are actually toxic. Unless you are allergic to non-toxic molds, you may not even need to have the mold in your home remediated. In addition to having the mold in your home or business professionally, independently inspected and tested, you could save yourself the hassle and high-cost of mold remediation. 

There are two big questions that come to mind when you find mold in your home. “What kind of mold is in your home,” and, “how much mold is there?” This is where Mold Test USA comes in. At the first sign of mold, call us. We will walk you through the entire process, step by step, with no obligation to hire us.



 

Let experience guide you!

Mold Test USA is “Your Personal Mold Consultant!”

CALL 1-877-701-2606 TODAY!

We have experienced mold specialists standing by to answer any questions that you may have regarding residential and commercial mold testing and mold inspections!

 

 

What Mold Test USA Do For You

If you think you have mold in your California home or business, mold inspection should be your first step. Our certified mold inspectors will come to your property, thoroughly inspect every cranny for the slightest sign of mold. The results of your inspection will then be sent to dedicated laboratories. Where biologists and microbiologists conduct testing to interpret our findings. They will translate those results into easy to understand information. Consequently answering any questions you may have about the potential mold on your property. You will also get a copy of your results. 

If mold is found in your home, mold remediation is necessary. Therefore your next step would be to call a mold removal and remediation company. However, that does not mean that our job is complete. When you hire your remediation company, call us back, too. We will return to your home and perform another inspection of the mold infected areas before the remediation company leaves the premises to ensure that all mold has been remediated. Furthermore, it is the beauty of hiring independent mold inspection and mold remediation services.



 

Let experience guide you!

Mold Test USA is “Your Personal Mold Consultant!”

CALL 1-877-701-2606 TODAY!

We have experienced mold specialists standing by to answer any questions that you may have regarding residential and commercial mold testing and mold inspections!

 

 

Why Do We Stress Our Independence?

Mold Test USA is the leader in independent mold testing and inspection in the US. We focus solely on mold testing and inspection. For this reason it’s important to separate your mold inspection and mold remediation services. Why is it so important to us to keep them separated? It doesn’t seem like a bad idea when you first think about it. If a company offers both mold inspection and remediation services, they can offer specials- discounts for combined services, “free” inspections, etc. And it seems convenient. Less work on your end, fewer people in your home.

Now consider this: If you hire a mold testing company and that bit of mildew on your tub turns out to be harmless, you’re done. Get some good tub cleaner and you’re all set. It is imperative not to hire a company that makes the bulk of their money from mold removal and remediation. There’s a lot of impetus on their part to “find” mold if a company offers inspections as part of a package By hiring an independent mold inspection company like Mold Test USA, furthermore you have someone to double check the efficacy of the mold remediation service. Having separate companies perform your mold services ensures you get the best service possible. For this reason keeping everyone honest and diligent.



 

Let experience guide you!

Mold Test USA is “Your Personal Mold Consultant!”

CALL 1-877-701-2606 TODAY!

We have experienced mold specialists standing by to answer any questions that you may have regarding residential and commercial mold testing and mold inspections!

 

 

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California Civil Code §§ 1102–1102.1S

“Requires sellers of real property containing up to four residential units to complete a disclosure form indicating the presence of all environmental hazards, including radon gas, formaldehyde, and mold, that are known to the seller. Also requires disclosure of whether property contains a carbon monoxide device. Requires resale of manufactured homes and mobile homes to include disclosure of environmental hazards in the home interior or exterior, including radon, formaldehyde, and lead-based paint, as well as the existence of a carbon monoxide device.”

California Education Code §§ 17070.75, 17002(d)(1)

“Requires school districts to establish a facilities inspection system to ensure schools are maintained in good repair, as a condition of receiving state school facility funds. Defines “”good repair”” to include interior surfaces free from water damage and showing no evidence of mold or mildew and to include functional and unobstructed HYAC systems.

Requires state to develop an evaluation instrument consistent with the criteria set in the law. The Facility Inspection Tool developed by the state for use in school inspections includes several IAQ-related items that address ventilation and mold/water damage. [See http://www.dgs.ca.gov/opsc/Programs/deferredmaintenanceprogram/goodrepairstandards.aspx.]”

California Health & Safety Code § 39619.6

Requires the Air Resources Board and the Department of Public Health to conduct a comprehensive study and review of the environmental health conditions in portable classrooms. Directs the study to include a review of design and construction specifications; a review of school maintenance practices; an assessment of IAQ; and an assessment of potential toxic contamination, including mold contamination. Provides that the study shall address the need for modified design and construction standards; emission limits for building materials and classroom furnishings; and other mitigation actions to ensure the protection of children s health. [Report available at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/research/indoor/pcs/pcs.htm.]

California Health & Safety Code §§ 26101–26157

Requires the state health agency to consider the feasibility of adopting permissible exposure limits to mold in indoor environments and, if feasible, to adopt such limits. Establishes criteria to consider in adopting standards, and provides that the department may also adopt alternative standards for facilities that serve people at greater risk of adverse health effects. Provides that the law shall be implemented only to the extent that the department determines that funds are available for its implementation. Establishes disclosure and property maintenance requirements for transferors, lessors and tenants of real estate following the department s issuance of standards and guidelines under the law. Authorizes local enforcement of any standards adopted by the department.

California Health & Safety Code §§ 26200–26204

Requires the California Research Bureau, in consultation with the Department of Public Health and with the assistance of a review panel, to perform a study and to publish findings on fungal contamination affecting indoor environments. Requires the study to include information on health effects, assessment, remediation, and hazard communication, among other issues. Requires the California Research Bureau to submit its findings to the legislature and the Director of Public Health. [Report available at: http://library.ca.gov/crb/06/01/06-001.pdf.]

California Labor Code § 142.3

“Authorizes the Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board to adopt occupational safety and health standards that are at least as effective as federal standards. Regulations promulgated under the law (8 Cal. Code Regs. 5142, 5143) apply to both private and public workplaces, such as schools. The regulations require HYAC systems to be operated continuously and inspected annually, and HYAC inspection and maintenance records to be made in writing and provided to the state and to employees upon request. Additional regulations governing general sanitation (8 Cal. Code Regs. 3362) provide that when exterior water intrusion, leakage from interior water sources, or other uncontrolled accumulation of water occurs, those conditions must be corrected because of their potential to cause the growth of mold.”

 

California Department of Health & Environmental Control

http://www.cdph.ca.gov/programs/iaq/pages/indoormold.aspx

 

 



 

Let experience guide you!

Mold Test USA is “Your Personal Mold Consultant!”

CALL 1-877-701-2606 TODAY!

We have experienced mold specialists standing by to answer any questions that you may have regarding residential and commercial mold testing and mold inspections!