Your mold inspection begins the minute you reach out to us. We first listen to your concerns and goals, and get a general understanding of your home or office history and circumstances. We then send a Certified Mold Inspector to your property to do a thorough visual mold inspection of the exterior and interior of your home or office. We look for current or past signs of water intrusion or damage, moisture or humidity issues that could lead to fungal growth, and for any obvious signs of mold. We have a variety of mold inspection tools to help us evaluate your home for current moisture issues.

If mold growth is suspected behind a wall, or other areas we cannot see, we may drill a small hole in your wall to get a look with a boroscope. This is only done if needed and requested & approved by the property owner. Air or tape samples may be taken at an additional cost, with approval. Recommendations for remediation will be made based on inspection of the visible property, any samples taken, and communication with the property owner based on goals, etc.


Some mold is obvious. It’s right there in front of you. In other cases where mold is in unseen places – like behind a cabinet or behind drywall, you won’t see it but it can still make you sick. That’s why it’s important to schedule semi-regular professional mold testing from a certified mold professional. A+ Restoration & Cleaning is proud to provide mold testing and mold inspections throughout Northern Florida and Southern Alabama. Click the button below to schedule your FREE in-home inspection today!



*Air Quality tests are the most common form of testing in the industry. They are not perfect in their measurements but can be a helpful tool in determining the condition of a building. Air quality tests are usually taken by collecting a 75 liter air sample from inside the home and pulling it through a small filter. That filter is analyzed by the 3rd party lab and a report is given. These tests are often compared to a similar test taken outside in the area.


Tape tests are best for determining the type of mold when you can visually see mold growth. These tests are less expensive than air tests but fail to provide the scope of the issue like the other tests would. Often these tests are unnecessary when a visual inspection shows mold growth without testing.


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