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Environmental Compliance & Testing

 

751 E. Brookhaven Circle . Memphis . TN . 38117

Phone: 901.761.6197    |    Fax: 901.685.2261

 

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IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS

 

OR WOULD LIKE A QUOTE FOR MOLD INSPECTION & TESTING

 

Please Contact  

Mike Tooley

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cell # 901-484-0808

Office # 901-761-6197

 

 

 

 

mike@ectmemphis.com

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MOLD INSPECTION & TESTING  

Commercial - Industrial - Residential

Health Effects From Mold

Molds can produce allergens, irritants and potentially carcinogenic mycotoxins. However, for each individual the effects associated with mold exposure can range dramatically.

 

The following is a list of health effects connected to mold exposure:

 

Headaches  .  Eye Irritation  .  Asthma/Emphysema  .  Fatigue  .  Skin Rash  .  Sinus Infection  .  Dizziness

Overview

Mold is a growing concern in today's society. National media attention has brought mold and the various health concerns associated with mold to the forefront of today's environmental contaminants.

 

Inspection Services

ECT provides on-site inspection services for residential, commercial, industrial, governmental and educational facilities. All on-site technicians have completed an EPA-certified Mold Remediation training course. Certified inspectors will provide the following on-site services:

 

 - Equipment necessary to collect air, wipe, bulk and water samples for mold and/or bacteria analysis

 - Report which summarizes and provides interpretation of all measured microbiological concentrations

 - Recommendations of appropriate remedial actions as well as personnel certified to perform remediation

 - References which include schools, government buildings, physician’s offices, industrial buildings, commercial buildings and residences

Where is Mold found?

The short answer: everywhere. Mold is ubiquitous to our environment, therefore it is all around us in the air we breathe. Mold becomes an indoor air quality concern when there is more mold growing indoors than naturally occurring outside, or if the mold found indoors is different from the mold found outside. In either of these scenarios there is a potential for mold contamination and adverse health effects.

 

Mold needs water to grow. Therefore mold is most commonly found in buildings with water-damaged building materials. Here are some common places to look for mold in your building:  

 

Basements  .   Attics   .  Crawl Space   .  Bathrooms

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AVOID MOLD SCAMS BY CHOOSING AN INDEPENDANT TESTING COMPANY

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Unfortunately there are a lot of companies out there conducting mold testing on the cheap and then conveniently offering their own remediation services to fix the problem. This is a clear conflict-of-interest and allows a scenario in which mold is allegedly found when there isn't any leaving the consumer paying thousands of dollars for bloated repair estimates or an improper and ineffective remediation.

 

Environmental Compliance & Testing does not offer remediation like many one-stop-shop companies, giving consumers an unbiased opinion about any contamination.  It is important when choosing a mold inspector to find one who shares this commitment, and who has the equipment and experience to carry it off.

 

If you are in need of remediation services we will gladly share contact information for several reliable third party remediation companies we trust.

 

ECT's mold inspector, Mike Tooley, was interviewed by Memphis' Channel News 5 investigator Andy Wise regarding a local company offering both mold testing and remediation.

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