Premium Mold Testing Services

Breathe easy—Aeret Restoration tackles toxic mold with high-tech equipment and skilled professionals.

Promote Safety With Regular Mold Assessment and Remediation

Checking for mold regularly is key to protecting your building’s health. Aeret Restoration recommends testing yearly, and more often if you move somewhere new, renovate, or have water damage. Testing shows if toxic black mold is present and checks the air quality. Since mold worsens, early testing makes future removal much easier.

What Our Professional Mold Testing Offers

Aeret Restoration’s mold testing uses advanced techniques like air sampling pumps and swab tests, not just visual inspection. Lab analysis shows the exact mold types and levels. We cross-check visual and air sampling results, clearly stating any toxic black mold found. Our readable report summarizes the results and outlines clear removal instructions tailored to mold types and amounts. Homeowners and building managers receive a comprehensive, understandable report.

State-of-the-Art Equipment and Skilled Technicians

Aeret Restoration uses the latest tools and gets regular training to tackle mold problems fully. Our team uses lifts to check high ceilings since mold spreads out of sight. To measure dampness, we use professional moisture meters tested for correct readings. Air sampling pumps carefully collect samples from different rooms to test for mold spores.

Our inspection reports use customized software to explain mold issues clearly. Technicians stay up-to-date on the best ways to check for and remove mold. With the right gear and knowledge, our professionals provide quality testing and removal to keep you safe.

Don’t Let Mold Hold You Back

Aeret Restoration swiftly customizes recovery plans whether you have a home, commercial building, or business interrupted by water, mold, smoke, or other damage. We’re committed to helping you resume normal life ASAP.

Our Mold Assessment and Remediation Process

Thermal and Moisture Inspections

Aeret Restoration uses thermal imaging to identify moisture issues within walls, ceilings, and floors where mold may grow out of sight. Precise moisture meter readings aid in locating water-damaged areas needing repair before containment and cleaning. Pinpointing all hidden moisture sources is the first step in the remediation process.


After a thorough inspection, the site gets prepared to prevent spore spread during remediation. Plastic sheeting seals vents, doors, and any cracks. Air scrubbers with HEPA filtration run continually, maintaining negative air pressure. Signage gets posted indicating restricted access. Proper containment protects inhabitants, technicians, and untouched areas of the property before mold removal.


Continual air filtration occurs via contained area air scrubbers and HEPA vacuums. Air scrubbers actively filter air, preventing spore escape during remediation. Upon mold removal, HEPA vacuums collect debris for safe disposal without releasing spores through exhaust airflow. We also provide you with specialized HEPA units incorporating UV light designed to actively kill mold growth and purify indoor air quality long after project completion.

Removal and Cleaning

Safe, effective mold removal is essential before cleaning damaged materials. Aeret Restoration’s technicians use protective equipment during the process. Growth gets manually scraped away, with plaster or drywall cut at least 12 inches past visible mold. Wet vacuums collect water from porous materials, which get discarded if heavily infested. For semi-porous or non-porous surfaces, cleaning uses EPA-registered antimicrobial products specifically targeting mold.


Once mold removal is finished, containment ends upon retesting, confirming spore counts have lowered to safe levels. Aeret Restoration coordinates with preferred contractors, scheduling repairs of damaged structural materials to allow home restoration. Materials include new drywall installation and plaster repairs. Post remediation, we retest within a month to guarantee mold levels remain under control. Follow-up inspections also check moisture and humidity conditions to prevent recurrence.

FAQs About Mold Testing

Mold is extremely prevalent indoors, with over 50% of homes and many commercial properties estimated to have issues. Mold readily grows undetected in hidden structural areas like walls or crawl spaces.

As mold silently spreads through unseen areas of homes and buildings, it releases hazardous spores and gases. This makes it a stealth health hazard—illness can develop in inhabitants before they realize there is an underlying infestation.

Cladosporium (greenish-black) is one of the most prevalent, occurring in over 80% of inspected homes. Aspergillus (varying in color from yellow to dark brown) also frequently grows indoors. Toxic black mold like Stachybotrys chartarum is especially concerning. Penicillium produces an allergenic blue-green mold.

Mold spores thrive when they enter through open windows or HVAC systems and spread quickly across damp areas inside walls, carpets, or insulation. Leaky building infrastructure commonly enables unseen moisture accumulation and mold growth.

Visible growth on indoor surfaces, peeling paint, musty odors, and allergy or respiratory issues upon entering an area can signify infestation. Damp, humid, poorly ventilated areas readily enable heavy mold buildup.