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Common biological dust components such as mold, bacteria, and pollen are not regulated by any State or Federal agency, and as such have no mandated permissible exposure limits (PEL) or threshold limit values by which to unilaterally determine the habitability of any indoor environment. Further, all individuals react differently to exposure to indoor molds, which makes establishing such limits applicable to all individuals virtually impossible. When assessing the indoor air quality of an environment, one must take into consideration the occupants or proposed occupants and their individual sensitivity with respect to indoor environmental contaminants.
The air quality inside your home or office directly contributes to the health and well-being of everyone who lives and works there. Mold is one of many contaminants that, if present, can pose serious risks to allergy and asthma sufferers and otherwise healthy individuals and pets as well.
Mold Testing services include:
DRH will provide verbal results the next day after sampling. A report with identified mold related issues, laboratory results, explanation of laboratory results, and recommendations will follow within 3 -5 business days.
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