(PRWEB) June 21, 2012
Mold Inspection Sciences just launched its new website to help California residents understand the value of quality mold inspection in San Diego. The website also provides information, including informative YouTube videos that explain the fundamentals of mold testing in San Diego, mold investigations, mold odors and roof leaks, allergy testing, and has an active blog section containing lively posts about mold inspections and mold testing authored by the company’s employees.
There are a concerning number of “bad” mold inspection and testing companies operating in the San Diego area. Some are simply ignorant of proper processes and procedures and industry accepted standards, some just choose not to follow them, and some are just dishonest.
Mold Inspection Sciences of San Diego bases its business model on sound, honest, industry recognized and sanctioned practices and procedures. They follow the guidelines and principles of many respected and authoritative organizations including:
-The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA);
-American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC);
-The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); and
-The California State Department of Health
The company also focuses their business exclusively on the inspection, detection, and testing for mold. They do not perform any mold removal or remediation services, and thus there is no conflict of interest for their clients.
Below are some of the key concepts about mold testing and inspection found on the company’s new website:
Important and useful consumer information about mold inspection and mold testing can also be found on Mold Inspection Sciences’ blog: (blog.moldinspectionsciences.com). This blog contains information about mold myths, mold and health, allergies, mold remediation and removal, symptoms of mold exposure, and other mold related topics.
Mold Inspection Sciences of San Diego is a professional, certified mold inspection and mold testing company. Founded in 2002 to help San Diego homeowners and business owners inspect and test their properties for mold to ensure the health and safety of the occupants.