One of the most common pollutants in a home is mold and by the time mold becomes visible, the
problem is usually quite serious. Mold can lead to health issues if not quickly and safely eradicated from living or working environments.
We're here to help! The Clean Genius patented process eradicates airborne and stationary mold and mildew, no matter where they are located throughout your home.
24 hours later when our patented process is complete, we leave your area and the air in it 100% pure. And it will smell as clean and fresh as a meadow after a spring rain. Our process is 100% guaranteed.
WHAT SETS US APART
Our patented process permeates and eradicates mold and mildew from fabric, carpeting, furnishings, attics, basements, crawl spaces, duct work, insulation, and the walls of your premises, without the need to remove or replace them, if they aren’t damaged
MOLD TESTING & ANALYSIS
Found mold in your home? Here is what you need to know before calling us to schedule a mold test.
You're selling a property
The most common situation is selling a property and a home inspector reports “suspected mold growth” in the property, most commonly the attic. In order for the sale to move forward, the
area will need to be tested for mold and or remediation.
You're buying a property
Similar to selling a property, buying a property may lead to mold testing as well. If the reason isn’t because of the inspection report, it could simply be for personal reasons and peace of
Your property or home flooded
A flooded basement is a great reason to test for mold. Even if the water is dried up quickly and there is no visible mold growth, it is recommended to test the property for airborne mold spores.
You found a leak in your home
Leaks can come from many places within a property. The roof, bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and basements are all common areas for leaks. Roof leaks should lead to an attic
inspection, but regardless of the location, the leak needs to be fixed and mold testing should be considered.
You're getting sick
Signs and symptoms of mold exposure is another reason to test a property for mold. Signs and symptoms include sneezing, coughing, headache, sinus infections, sore throat, etc.
Step 1: On-Site Inspection
A certified technician will inspect your area of concern and will then recommend the type of mold testing required.
Step 2: Conduct Mold Test
Mold testing will be conducted by one of two sampling methods: air quality sampling and or surface sampling, as determined by the
technician on site.
There are two different mold tests that can be conducted based on
Type 1: Air quality sampling is used to determine the amount of airborne mold spores present in the area being tested at that point in time. Mold is not always visible to the naked eye, which is why air quality sampling is so important.
Type 2: Surface sampling is used to determine if a visible substance or growth, is in fact mold, as well as what type of mold it might be.
Step 3: Receive Certified Results
After the samples are collected and labeled with a serial number, they will be submitted and analyzed by an AIHA accredited third party laboratory. Once the analysis is complete, the lab will send a Certificate of Mold Analysis via email or mail to the customer. The analysis will show the types and quantities of each mold found in the analyzed samples and a conclusion from the lab based on the levels of mold that were found.
Why you should scheduel a mold test:
What is included in a Clean Genius mold test?
Don't wait any longer – protect your family, your employees, your children, your pets and anyone who visits your home from the dangerous effects of mold. Contact us TODAY!