Interpreting the results of mold sampling is no easy task. That’s why many mold inspectors merely hand off some unintelligible lab report and run for it. Why is it that so many people email me through this blog asking for help to interpret mold test results? The reason is a failure on the part of the mold inspector to properly understand what they are doing.
You, dear homeowner, deserve more from a mold inspection.
In the comments section of this blog post, feel free to post your question related to mold testing. However, here are the rules:
1. The more information you provide, the better I can answer your question. Note, all the information you provide will be publicly displayed, along with your name. However, your email address is not publicly displayed.
2. Historically, it takes me three weeks or more to reply to your question. I try to respond as quickly as possible, but please understand I have a full plate at work and three kids at home that keep me busy.
3. If you want my immediate help, click on the red “help” button on the right side of my blog for more information. I will need to charge you for my time because it involves setting aside other billable work.
Over time, I hope to build up a body of knowledge in the comments section of this blog post that can help people confused about their mold test results.
Although I have closed comments on this page, Dylan McIntosh is now helping people interpret mold results on our company blog: https://indoorscience.com/blog/more-on-the-interpretation-of-mold-air-samples/