Level 1 Assessment: $270
In Denver, we're all about that Mile High spirit, and that includes taking care of our homes. This is the basic mold testing and visual inspection for one suspected location. It includes two samples, a visual inspection using an infrared camera, a particle counter, a moisture meter, and a hygrometer.
This includes two samples, a visual inspection using an infrared camera, a particle counter, a moisture meter, and a hygrometer. The results are analyzed by an independent laboratory and a written report is provided by a Council-Certified Microbial Consultant (CMC) within two work days. If you need an additional sample, it will cost you an extra $65, about the price of a good seat at a Rockies game.
Level 2 Assessment: $370
If you're looking for a more thorough inspection.
This comprehensive mold testing and visual inspection covers two finished levels up to 3000 square feet, about the size of a typical Denver bungalow, and includes three samples. If your house has additional levels, is larger than 3000 square feet, or if you need additional samples, each will cost an extra $65.
The inspection includes the use of an infrared camera, a particle counter, a moisture meter, and a hygrometer, when appropriate. The samples are analyzed by an independent laboratory, with results provided within two work days.
If you need a local mold remediation or a mold mitigation service, you'll need to call for prices (303) 962-8786, and ask the agent on the phone regarding Level 1 or Level 2 assessments based on your needs.
Why Hire a Colorado Local Professional
Professionals have access to high-grade tools like infrared cameras, laser particle counters, moisture meters, and hygrometers. These tools allow them to detect mold and moisture inside walls that might not be visible to the naked eye.
Professionals also have the experience and knowledge to interpret the results of the mold samples and provide recommendations for repairing and/or remediating significant problems. They can also provide a written report with a summary of their findings, which is crucial if you need to provide proof of the mold problem to a landlord, a home insurance company, or a potential buyer.