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Los Angeles County, CA Air Quality Testing

Air sampling MAY BE necessary to quantify and monitor the level of mold spores, dust mites, allergens, danders, chemical pollutants, and humidity. Air quality testing is also necessary for clearance at the conclusion of all mold remediation procedures.

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Los Angeles County, CA Direct Surface Sampling

When mold is visible, direct surface sampling is recommended. This sampling method can determine the types of molds present. However, it is not an accurate measure of the quantity of airborne mold spores present at the time of testing.

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Los Angeles County, CA ERMI

For the past decade, we have been implementing an EPA research DNA mold test suited to screen homes for mold, when ordered by a client’s physician.

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Los Angeles County, CA HERTSMI-2

This scoring system is the application of the DNA testing shown on ERMI test results. The new roster is designed to help patients (previously sickened by water-damaged buildings) understand if a given building is safe for occupancy.

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Los Angeles County, CA Survey of Indoor Mold (SIM)

When mold is visible, direct surface sampling is recommended. This sampling method can determine the types of molds present. However, it is not an accurate measure of the quantity of airborne mold spores present at the time of testing.

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Los Angeles County, CA Mycotoxin Panel (EMMA)

Mycotoxins are small, toxic chemical products formed as secondary metabolites by a few fungal species. The EMMA uses the most sensitive molecular detection to look for the presence of 10 of the most toxigenic molds in your home or building. The EMMA also tests directly for 15 of the most poisonous Mycotoxins using its patented Mycotoxin detection test.

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Guaranteed Home Inspection sticks to a strict code of professional best practices while keeping our rates affordable. All of our mold inspectors and investigators must be Nationally Certified with the ACAC as an Inspector or Hygienist. Los Angeles County customers, please note: Our code of ethics does not allow inspectors to offer mold remediation services, as we want all of our customers to know the investigation is unbiased. Guaranteed Property Inspections provides detailed home inspection reports for all of our Los Angeles County home inspections. You can find a sample report showing our detailed examination with photos and descriptions on our website.

In addition, Guaranteed Property Inspections is the only US Department of Energy Certified Assessor for Home Energy Scores in the Los Angeles County area. Rest assured that we are a Home Energy Rating System (HERS) rater, meaning that we are licensed by the state of California and Los Angeles County to provide ductwork and HVAC system installations.

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Why Choose Guaranteed Property & Mold Inspection?

Guaranteed Property Inspections offers a variety of environmental services throughout the Los Angeles County area, including testing for allergens, formaldehyde testing, allergen assay testing, lead paint testing, volatile organic compounds (VOC) testing, E.Coli testing, EMF testing, and much more. Guaranteed Property Inspections also offers Los Angeles County residents residential and commercial property inspections which both include comprehensive mold inspections.

Guaranteed Property Inspections is the go-to for quality, government-recognized and accredited, and affordable home and commercial inspections for environmental contagions, mold, and more. But don’t take our word for it. Read what our other customers have to say about our services throughout the Los Angeles County area.  Contact us at (949) 328-5754 or online to schedule a consultation.

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If you would like a consultation about a mold test, contact us online Or over the phone today (949) 239-3727

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Los Angeles County is one of the most beautiful and unique places in the world. Its iconic neighborhoods, sunny weather, and sandy beaches make for a homeowner’s dream. Still, no matter where you live, mold can find its way into your home and cause serious issues.

While some molds are a necessary part of the Los Angeles ecosystem, indoor molds are damaging and even dangerous. Mold grows in parts of the home that have been exposed to moist or damp air. If left unaddressed, mold can cause poor indoor air quality and lead to health concerns such as allergies, respiratory illnesses, and depression. Untreated indoor mold can even cause serious or permanent structural damage to your Los Angeles property.

How Do You Know if You Have a Mold Issue?

Mold can grow after roof leaks or indoor flooding from a sudden rainfall in the Los Angeles area. Other signs of indoor mold include odors or discoloration on carpets and walls. If you have concerns about indoor mold in your home, Guaranteed Property Inspections can help. We provide professional mold inspections and mold testing services to homeowners throughout Los Angeles County.

Our team of professional mold inspectors will search your entire property for mold and provide you with a written report of our findings. This report will include the cause(s), locations, and types of molds found in your home. You can read more about our mold inspection services here.

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Ask to see samples and determine whether or not you can understand the inspector’s reporting style and if the time parameters fulfill your needs. Most inspectors provide their full report within 24-48 hours of the inspection.

If your home has been tested positive for mold and a proper comprehensive mold investigation has been completed by an ACAC accredited mold inspector/hygenist, you must contact an ACAC/IICRC certified mold remediation/removal contractor to review our report, make a site visit and provide you a detailed written estimate for work to be performed. Once you have hired an accredited remediation contractor and the contractor notifies you that the work is complete and areas are ready for post-remediation clearance, you must retain the hiring ACAC certified mold inspection company to inspect and re-assess the area(s) to ensure all mold has been removed successfully. An indoor air quality sample must be taken from outside of the property, and one within the specified containment to ensure that the air quality is within a normal fungal ecology, and the build back of the areas may begin. Once air sample analysis has been returned by an AIHA accredited third-party laboratory indicating a normal fungal ecology, you will be provided a clearance report certifying that remediation efforts were completed successfully and to industry standards.

It is our opinion that the assumed ACBM (Asbestos Containing Building Material) not to be touched! Most asbestos building material in residential properties is considered friable material, meaning that it can be crushed and turned to dust with simple hand pressure. Doing so can release millions of asbestos fibers into the breathing air which can be inhaled by the occupants of the dwelling. Remember, asbestos does not have a smell nor can we feel these microfibers enter our nose or mouth. Asbestos inhalation exposure is the leading cause of Mesothelioma, cancers, and diseases. Most of these cancers have a latency period of approximately 30-40 years, meaning if an occupant is exposed to excessive asbestos fibers symptoms do not normally show up for 40 years after exposures.

Poor indoor air quality can cause a variety of negative health side effects, including:

  • Irritated eyes, noses, and throats
  • Shortness of breath
  • Aggravated asthma
  • Respiratory problems
  • Cardiovascular issues
  • Heart concerns

The longer a person is exposed to and breathing air pollutants, the more severe these health consequences can be. In general, children and seniors are the most at-risk, as well as people with pre-existing allergies or respiratory conditions.

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Excellent 4.92 Based on 153 reviews and ratings based on Google, Yelp, Yahoo Local, and BBB.

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Danny of Guaranteed Property Mold Inspection was highly professional and reliable to work with. Danny does a thorough job of inspection and is patient to explain things. Build back time was urgent for us that he took extra steps to provide results amidst a busy schedule so we can arrange the next step for reconstruction.

I definitely would use them again.

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Scot Spelyng

Positive: Professionalism, Punctuality, Quality, Responsiveness, Value

These guys were awesome. Very clear and concise. The inspector took his time and was very diligent. We were fast-tracked on the purchase, and Guaranteed was responsive. Would recommend it to anyone!

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