How to choose the right mold test

Selection criterion / problem
The optimal analysis set
A musty smell can be perceived in living rooms, e.g. in a basement. But you don't see any signs of mold on walls etc. Choose the Mold test indoor air. He analyzes whether the room air is contaminated with mold spores. Mold is often a hidden problem (e.g. behind built-in cupboards) - the spores still get into the room air.
You or a family member has an allergic reaction or difficulty breathing in rooms. Choose the Mold test indoor air. He analyzes whether the room air is contaminated with mold spores, which can trigger allergic reactions and even asthma.

You have had water damage or water ingress and do not know whether the moisture, e.g. under the floor, has led to the formation of mold.

Choose the Mold test indoor air. He analyzes whether the room air is contaminated with mold spores. Mold that grows under floors or behind cladding, for example, also releases mold spores into the room air.

 

There are stains on the wall, ceiling or furnishings that could be mold.

Choose the Moldiest surfaces. This reliably shows whether the stains are mold or not and how severe the strain is. You may also do a Mold test indoor air if you want to know how much the air in the room is already polluted.

Your apartment was renovated by mold. They want to know whether the renovation was successful.

Choose the Mold test indoor air. It analyzes whether the indoor air has been freed of indoor pores.
Wooden parts or wooden constructions show mold growth. Choose the Mold test dry rot. A DNA analysis is used to determine whether it is a real dry rot and thus a dangerous building destroyer.

You have a special problem or special requirements that are not covered here or you have not found the appropriate test.

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