If we do
see mold, that does not mean you
do not have mold.
is hiding much of the time.
next step is to form a strategy
in regard to where to test for
identify areas with water damage
or you tell us about areas you
know got wet or had leaks, we
will collect wall cavity air
samples from those locations.
drill a pencil-sized hole into
the wall, insert a plastic tube
and suck the air (mold) out of
the wall into a cassette we
FedEx to a laboratory.
Below are some images of us
testing for mold behind
cabinets, walls and ceilings.
simple. No cutting large, messy holes to inspect
for mold, mold that is microscopic and which you
may not see if you cut holes.
Most mold inspection
do wall cavity testing. They don't
know how to. If they do it wrong, mold will not
be detected even though mold is present.
Mr. Stih knows the
inventor of the Wall-Check (TM),
Charlie Wiles (now retired) in Phoenix and was
instructed by Mr. Wiles how to use it correctly.
Mr. Stih subsequently has written technical
papers, lectured nationally and is a foremost
expert on the subject of collecting wall cavity
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