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How clean is the Air in your home?

Mold Inspection & Testing

Dealing with mold can be stressful – but we’re here to help. Bio Pro has over 15 years of experience handling mold projects of all sizes so you can sit back and let our licensed experts “make mold simple.”

Learn about out process below.

The first step is to identify the source of your mold problem – moisture or water damage. Using state-of-the-art Moisture Meters and Thermal Imaging cameras, we’ll inspect your property for hidden water damage that could be contributing to mold growth. Once the hazard areas are identified, Bio Pro will collect a combination of Air or Swab samples to send for independent analysis at an AIHA accredited laboratory. 

Once we receive your sample results back from the Lab, we’ll design a custom Mold Report + Remediation Protocol that details our findings and includes a recommended protocol for proper remediation. 

You can provide your customized Mold Report + Remediation Protocol to any licensed remediation company to get quotes or estimates before choosing a contractor!

After Mold Remediation is completed according to the Protocol, Bio Pro will return to your property to conduct a Clearance Test with new samples for lab analysis. 

The purpose of Clearance Testing is to document the successfully completed mold remediation project and to provide peace of mind knowing you home or office is mold-free! 

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Lab Results Available in ONE DAY!

In a time crunch? We offer Lab Results as fast as 24hr on priority projects! 

We take pride in partnering with AIHA accredited labs to deliver fast and accurate analysis of your mold samples. Accurate analysis of your samples allows us to design a customized Remediation Plan for your project. For more information about how we can help with your mold problem, contact us for a free consultation.

DOES MOLD POSE A HEALTH RISK?

Certain people are more at-risk around mold and its mycotoxins, particularly those with respiratory conditions, allergies, or compromised immune systems. Exposure to mold can cause a range of symptoms, from minor irritations like sneezing and coughing to more serious issues like lung infections and even neurological problems.

MOLD EXPOSURE SYMPTOMS:

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OUR SERVICES:

Licensed Mold Testing & Air Quality Solutions

We specialize in comprehensive Mold Testing services to ensure your home or business is safe and healthy. Our certified technicians use state-of-the-art equipmen, providing you with accurate results and peace of mind. Whether you’re experiencing visible mold growth or simply want to safeguard your indoor air quality, our professional mold testing services are designed to meet your needs. Contact us today to schedule an inspection and take the first step towards a mold-free environment!

Bio Pro mold assessment checking for mold inside a wall

Mold Inspection & Testing

Do you see mold or smell its unmistakable odor? Thanks to our humid climate, this is extremely common in Central Florida—and once you have a mold problem, it can get worse fast.  Learn More

Water Damage Inspection

A Bio Pro water damage inspection begins with a thorough walkthrough of your property. Your inspector will assess the type and full extent of water damage present, its source, and all other relevant details like potential mold growth. Learn More

Mold Remediation Protocols

In the world of mold remediation, there are many important details to consider. From indoor air quality to personal protective equipment, there are specific regulations, laws, and industry standards that must be adhered to. Learn More

Mold Clearance Testing

The purpose of mold clearance testing and verification is to prove your remediation project followed all necessary procedures and protocols – and that your building is now mold-free. Learn More

FAQ's:

Yes. The Department of Business and Professional Regulation is very strict on protecting Florida consumers and they not only ensure you can check any license for free, but also make sure it is up to date with continued education and insurance.

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The answer is no. In Florida, there are two distinct mold-related licenses. Bio Pro carries a Mold Assessor’s license, which permits us to perform mold testing, as well as develop the remediation protocol and conduct final testing. The other license type is for Mold Remediators.

It’s considered both a conflict of interest and unlawful for the same company to undertake both the mold testing and remediation work. This separation of responsibilities ensures unbiased testing and effective remediation practices.

Consumer Reports, in fact, rated four brands of DIY mold tests “Not Recommended”. 

All homes will contain some level of spore activity when these samples are collected because mold is a common part of our environment. DIY kits, then, are essentially useless for diagnosing the complexity of your airborne mold contamination and therefore should be handled by professionals.

The EPA agrees and states: “Sampling for mold should be conducted by professionals who have specific experience in designing mold sampling protocols, sampling methods, and interpreting results. Sample analysis should follow analytical methods recommended by…professional organizations.”

Without proper FL Mold Assessor training or specialized education, they may be able to claim there is mold – but without lab results or analysis they have no solid data to back up their claim.

Additionally, many of these companies may offer mold testing as an add-on service, which means they may lack the specialized equipment and training necessary for comprehensive mold assessment

The first step is to identify the source of your mold problem – moisture or water damage. Using state-of-the-art Moisture Meters and Thermal Imaging cameras, we’ll inspect your property for hidden water damage that could be contributing to mold growth. Once the hazard areas are identified, Bio Pro will collect a combination of Air or Swab samples to send for independent analysis at an AIHA accredited laboratory.

Yes, HVAC systems and ducts often become contaminated with mold. These systems provide a dark and often moist environment, which can be conducive to mold growth if there is a source of moisture. Mold can grow on the surfaces of air conditioning components such as coils, drip pans, and insulation. Additionally, if there are any leaks or condensation issues within the system or the ductwork, it can create a breeding ground for mold.

Contaminated AC systems can then distribute mold spores throughout the indoor air, potentially leading to mold growth in other areas of the building. This can result in poor indoor air quality and potential health issues for the occupants

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