Mold is a common problem in many homes, but it can also cause serious health issues if left untreated. Before starting any mold remediation process, it’s essential to understand the extent of the infestation and what type of mold is present. Mold testing is a critical part of the process because it helps determine the best plan of action for remediation. Homeowners can better protect their family’s health and safety by understanding what type of mold is present and how far it has spread. If left untreated, it can have serious health consequences.

Mold remediation protocol is the process of addressing a mold problem in your home or business. Understanding what it entails and how to properly address a mold issue is important. Testing for mold is a crucial step before the remediation process, and NoVA Environmental Solutions can help test for the presence of mold in your home or business. Mold testing helps provide an accurate assessment of the scope of the problem and can even determine the type of mold present. This information is vital for creating a proper mold remediation plan, so it’s crucial to test for mold before starting the remediation process.

NoVA Environmental Solutions takes pride in raising professional standards and ethics in the field of mold inspections, and we back our work with our impeccable reputation, years of experience, and qualifications to ensure your structures meet safe, healthy standards.

We service clients for mold testing all over the Washington, DC area, including Loudoun County, Fairfax County, and West Virginia.

We are Certified and Licensed Mold Inspectors trained to:

  • Conduct a thorough Mold Inspection to assess mold growth and the source of any underlying moisture that caused the mold growth.
  • Prepare a Mold Remediation Protocol in accordance with the latest industry standards and guidelines.
  • Perform Post Remediation Verification (PRV)inspections and testing.

NoVA Environmental Solutions is committed to providing our clients with the highest quality service and results. So, if you suspect mold growth, have a musty smell, or are experiencing allergy-like symptoms or other mold-related illnesses, call us a call to discuss how we can help: (540) 645-6141