Mold Inspection Portland

Mold Inspection Portland

Guaranteed Mold Inspections in Portland

Rescom Restoration provides thorough mold inspections and air quality testing for homes and businesses. If you suspect your home is exposing you to mold growth, call the mold removal experts for a comprehensive inspection.

Because most mold isn’t noticed until it’s visible, it’s most commonly noticed first by the symptoms it produces:

  • Itchy eyes
  • Respiratory irritation
  • Allergic reactions
  • Sneezing and coughing
  • Fatigue or feeling ill
  • Runny or stuffy nose
  • Dry skin

If you suspect mold growth in your home, don’t wait for it to become visible. Stop mold from spreading by starting with a mold test at the first sign.


Make sure the air in your home is mold-free.
Schedule your mold inspection today.


Home Air Quality Testing

Every mold treatment should begin with getting your air quality tested. Air quality readings provide insight into the severity of your mold problem.

The goal with every one of our treatments is to guarantee air quality that is completely free of dangerous mold spores.

After we’ve gotten the moldy sections out from your home, we’ll perform a follow-up air quality test. We want to leave every job knowing that your home is completely disinfected and not posing a health threat.


Don’t let mold stick around.
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Our Mold Testing Process

All of our mold testing is performed by an independent third-party laboratory. We make sure the results you receive are completely unbiased and won’t lead to unnecessary mold treatment. Here’s how our testing process works:
Mold Testing Portland

1. Mold samples taken

Our inspections begin with a combination of air and contact samples taken. If you suspect mold but it isn’t yet visible, an air test will determine if mold spores are present. Contact testing is useful for mold that is visible. Either test will confirm the presence or absence of mold in your home.

2. Off-site analysis

The samples are sent to a laboratory for examination. Because mold spores are mere microns across, they’ll need to be viewed under a microscope. The laboratory will be able to determine the type of mold and the extent of its growth. Off-site analysis typically takes 4-5 business days.

3. Results and next steps

Depending on the results of the testing, we’ll know what kind of treatment is best. If a test comes back positive, but we don’t yet know the source of the mold, the next steps will be to locate the source.

If the source has been identified, we’ll begin the steps to make sure it’s contained, and determine the best course of action for complete mold removal.