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Mold is a type of fungi that can grow both indoors and outdoors. It is often found in damp or wet areas, and can cause health problems if inhaled. If you suspect that you have mold in your home or business, it is important to have it inspected and tested by a professional. Mold inspection and testing services in Toronto can help you determine the type of mold present, as well as the extent of the problem. They can also recommend the best course of action for removal and prevention. If you are concerned about mold in your property, contact a mold inspection and testing service in Toronto today.

We are providing professional and effective mold inspection and testing services. we ensure that all the mold contaminations are found, identified and professionally assessed. Even the mold that can’t be seen by naked eyes found, test and then apply further treatments. After the inspection and testing assessment is complete. Mold and air samples are analyzed in laboratory and detail report is prepared. As professional consultants our highest priority is to satisfy our customer and 100% validity of results.

After inspection we also provide mold removal and mold cleanup services. we have professional and experienced mold removal team who can help you to clean mold form your place.

Possible Indications of hidden mold at your home:


Musty/Earthy odours

Bubbling or Peeling paint
Discoloration on your walls and/or ceiling
Stained carpets, especially in corners and against walls
Unexplained or sudden onset allergic reaction when in home

Chronic respiratory or sinus issues

The best way to determine whether or not mold is present in your home is through mold inspection and testing. A visual mold inspection alone will not provide you with the information you may need.

Step 1: Before you call us, minimize further damage

Mold contamination can cause health issues, so it is not recommended to try and clean the areas of suspect mold growth yourself. However, there are some ways that you can prepare for your mold inspection and testing, that will help us collect the most amount of information possible.


If there is a leak, or suspect mold under sinks, clean everything out from inside the cabinets so that the inspector can access those areas fully. Turn off water to these areas to minimize damage, and contact a plumber to have any leaks repaired.


If your area(s) of concern are in a room with large furniture, pull everything away from the wall about 18” to allow the inspector better access to those areas.


Keep doors and windows closed 8-12 hours before mold inspection and testing, to allow for more accurate air testing.


Do not touch, or bleach, any of the areas of concern as this could potentially cause more spores to become airborne.


Remove any loose rugs or floor coverings and place them somewhere where they can dry completely. Do not remove carpet or padding until mold inspection is completed.


Remove or soak up as much excess water from the affected area as possible—if there is standing water, such as in a crawl space, use a sump pump.


If the home is vacant, make sure that power is turned on so that air samples can be collected.

Step 2: Assessing the extent of the contamination

The first step, when we arrive, is to perform a comprehensive visual mold inspection of your area(s) of concern. We will also perform testing with a digital moisture meter to determine if there is any hidden moisture, or to outline the extent of known moisture issues. Our mold inspectors will then collect samples to be analyzed by a third-party laboratory, as well as collect measurements, and take photos of each area. We test for many different types of mold, and these will generally fall into three categories:


Is the most common effect and can range from hay fever and asthma all the way to very particular reactions and diseases in certain organs or tissues. Hay fever like symptoms are probably the most common health effects attributed to mold in indoor environments. Major indoor allergenic mold include: Cladosporium, Alternaria, Ulocladium


Mold in this category can manifest themselves in a very wide variety of ways. Most research up to now has been directed at effects that have to do with ingestion (such as by eating contaminated grain), and comparatively little has been studied about inhaled effects. A particular species of Stachybotrys ( chartarum) produces a toxin that has been linked to bleeding lung deaths of ten infants in Cleveland. A host of other severe health effects has since been attributed to this toxin, and currently this and very similar toxins produced by other molds (Memnoniella and Trichoderma) are where much interest has been directed in terms of inhaled toxins. Major indoor toxin producing mold: Stachybotrys, Memnoniella, Trichoderma, Aspergillus, Penicillium, Fusarium


Are potentially the most dangerous and deadly of mold health effects, but mold in general has an inherently difficult time infecting an uncompromised immune system. Many molds won’t even grow at normal body temperature. While these infections are rare, infections in compromised individuals are much more common and can be very dangerous and problematic do to the lack of treatment options. Compromised individuals include those whose immune system systems are weakened such as (but not limited to) those with AIDS, certain cancers, the very old, the very young, and those undergoing certain drug therapies. Major infectious indoor mold: Aspergillus, Fusarium, Zygomycetes (includes Mucor / Rhizopus)

A full report with pictures will be sent directly to your email, which will include the lab report with the types of mold inspection and testing, air quality analysis, the on-site inspector’s notes, as well as recommendations for remediation (if needed), and estimate for remediation services through our company.

Step 3: Consultation

Once all reports have been completed and sent to you, you will receive 30 minutes of free consultation time with a Mold inspection Specialist. They will go over your report in detail, and explain the remediation process in full details.


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