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What is Mold?

What is Mold?

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Indoor Air Quality and Mold Testing

When looking for someone to examine your home or business for possible indoor mold growth, look no further than Bridgeway Environmental. We offer a wide range of inspection solutions to help determine if you're experiencing a mold problem. With Bridgeway Environmental  you can rest assured that there is no conflict of interest and our reports are completely unbiased.

Mold and Air Quality Services

Our inspectors conduct  thorough visual examination of the premises.


Moisture Inspection

The inspection may involve visual inspections of areas such as roofs, walls, and plumbing fixtures, as well as the use of moisture meters or other testing equipment to identify hidden sources of moisture. Moisture inspections are important for identifying potential health hazards such as mold growth, as well as for preventing long-term damage to structures and materials. Moisture inspections may be required as part of routine maintenance or during real estate transactions, such as home inspections prior to purchasing a property.


Full Home or Commercial Mold Inspection

This top to bottom mold inspection is critical for identifying potential health risks associated with mold exposure and developing a remediation plan to address mold growth. The inspection may also assist in identifying the source of moisture that is contributing to mold growth, which can then be addressed to prevent future mold growth.

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Air Quality Test

Indoor mold air quality testing measures mold spore concentrations and health risks.
Air samples are collected from living spaces, bathrooms, kitchens, and basements using specialized equipment. A lab analyzes these air samples to determine mold spore types and quantities. Property owners and occupants can learn if mold spores pose a health risk from the air quality test. If mold spores are excessive, additional study may be needed to find the cause and create a treatment plan.

Our Inspection Process


What We Look For

We identify areas more likely to have hidden mold, we will inspect the interior walls that show concern with a moisture meter and/or a thermal imaging camera.


Water-Prone Areas

We inspect all water-prone areas, including closets, under toilets, under stairs, around windows/doors, and around windows/doors. (Bathrooms, Utility Rooms, Kitchens, and the like)


Attic or Crawlspace

Inspector will enter the attic or crawlspace if a red flag is raised in the dwelling areas indicating a potential problem (water stains, visible mold, etc). If a customer requests a specific inspection of these areas on-site, we will comply, but it is typically unnecessary.

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