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Breathe Toxin-Free Air With Help From Our Mold Abatement Consultants

Smoky Mountain Inspection Services, Inc. in Dandridge, Tennessee, is a nationally certified mold abatement consultant. Our certified mold removal specialists (Mold Testing CMI # 7730 & Mold Removal CMRC # 6671) can help you find and remove harmful fungi with non-invasive home examinations to give you peace of mind.

Mold At Home

Mold is a fungus. Tiny particles of mold are present in indoor and outdoor air and grow in natural environments rich in moisture and nutrients. They produce microscopic cells called spores, which spread easily through the air. We can control and prevent indoor mold growth by controlling excess moisture. If mold is present in your home, it can lead to health problems and may damage building materials, goods, and furnishings.


The Mold Investigation Process

We begin the investigation by touring your building and determining areas vulnerable to moisture. This includes areas where leaks, condensation, or high humidity may be present. We then conduct pre-abatement mold tests to collect air samples. If visible mold is present, then a bulk sample is collected. An outdoor air sample is collected as a control measure. This helps us determine if mold growth is originating indoors. During the investigation, a host of instrumentation can be utilized with:

• Thermal Imaging Cameras
• Digital Photos
• Video Documentation of HVAC Duct Work
• Borescope Observations
• Precision Psychrometers
• Moisture Meters
• Infrared Temperature Readings

Lab Analysis

We utilize the strictest guidelines while collecting and transporting samples to the lab. This chain of Custody is continued at the laboratory level. Our company utilizes a nationally certified American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)-accredited facility certified for air-direct examination for fungal spores.

Mold Inspection Report

The inspection report will compare visual findings with the laboratory analysis. A complete report is generated identifying problem areas, possible health effects, and remediation measures required to abate the area.