Mold Air Test

Did you know that you could be breathing in thousands of mold spores with every breath, some of them which can be harmful to certain groups of people, exacerbating asthma and allergy symptoms. Mold is a naturally occurring fungus that poses serious health risks and can cause significant structural damage to your property. Within 24 hours of water exposure, mold can grow, and while it can be mitigated, it can be costly. At WIN Home Inspection, our Mold Air Test prioritizes your home’s health as well as your health.

WIN Home Inspector doing a mold test in a house
WIN Home Inspector doing a mold test in a house

45 Million+

Buildings in the U.S. have unhealthy levels of mold.

30% to 50%

Asthma risk increases by 30% to 50% due to mold exposure.


Of Americans carrying susceptible genes are adversely affected by mold-related health conditions.

Women with curly hairs coughing
Detect 25+ Harmful Allergens and Pollutants

19 million Americans' quality of life is adversely impacted by indoor allergies every year.

Why Get a Mold Air Test
with WIN?

A Mold Test is not just a routine service; it’s a crucial step in safeguarding the health and integrity of your home. When water penetrates your home, mold can begin to grow within just 24 to 48 hours, so it’s critical to act fast when mold is suspected. When left untreated, mold can grow rapidly. By partnering with an accredited laboratory, we’re able to detect 25+ airborne mold species, so you can prevent further damage to your home and health.

Benefits of Mold Air Test

Address Your Air Quality: Mold continuously degrades your indoor air quality, leading to respiratory complications.
Enhance Your Well-Being: Mold is a common allergen, and when inhaled, can affect your mood, sleep, allergies, and overall well-being.
Uncover Moisture Issues: Identify and address the root cause of mold growth by identifying underlying moisture issues.
Prevent Property Damage: Protect your property from structural damage caused by mold growth through timely testing and remediation.

How Does a Mold Air Test Work?

During a Mold Test with WIN, our certified inspectors will thoroughly test your indoor air for mold spores. In some cases, a Mold Surface Test may be warranted as well.

WIN Home Inspector doing air quality mold test


Visually Assess the Home

Our inspectors will quickly look for any visible signs of mold or moisture such as stains, discoloration, warping, or water damage.



Set Up the Equipment



Collect Air Samples



Test the Samples



Receive a Comprehensive Report


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WIN Home Inspection Reviews

Extreme attention to detail. Answered any questions I had. They had a positive attitude. Did a great job of capturing and documenting damage at the property. I received my detailed report back within 24 hours.

Brandon G.

Provided single family home inspection, radon and mold testing. Always Prompt and professional service and good explanations to home owner. Highly recommend!

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Very knowledgeable and strong subject matter expertise in home inspection/mold issues. Prompt service and communication was exceptional.

Laurie J.

Extreme attention to detail. Answered any questions I had. They had a positive attitude. Did a great job of capturing and documenting damage at the property. I received my detailed report back within 24 hours.

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A Mold Test provides valuable information about the presence and extent of mold spores in the air of the property you are considering purchasing. It helps you make an informed decision, negotiate repairs or price adjustments if necessary, and ensures a healthy living environment for you and your family. Home buyers who have infants, young children, older adults, or loved ones that are immunocompromised or suffer from asthma and/or allergies should consider getting a Mold Air Test before buying a property.
If an indoor mold issue is identified based upon the samples taken, it is important to consult with a qualified mold remediation professional to assess the severity and necessary actions. Depending on the situation, you can negotiate repairs, request the seller to address the issue, or reconsider the purchase if the extent of mold spores is extensive or poses significant health risks.
Yes, mold air quality issues can be resolved before finalizing the home purchase. With the assistance of a professional mold remediation company, the source of mold spores can be identified and remediated, ensuring that you can proceed with the purchase confidently.
A Mold Air Test helps identify the presence of airborne mold spores, assesses indoor air quality, and identifies potential sources of moisture or water intrusion in your home. By addressing these issues early on, you can prevent mold growth, protect your health, and maintain a safe and healthy living environment.
To minimize the risk of airborne mold spores, ensure proper ventilation in high-moisture areas, address any leaks or water damage promptly, maintain optimal indoor humidity levels, use mold-resistant materials when renovating or building, and regularly inspect areas prone to moisture, such as bathrooms, basements, and attics.
Yes, indicators of airborne mold spores include musty odors, unexplained respiratory symptoms or allergies, visible mold growth, or signs of water damage. If you notice any of these signs, act promptly and schedule a Mold Air Test.
A Mold Test can help the sale of your property by providing potential buyers peace of mind in the property's air quality. By addressing any mold issues proactively, you can avoid last-minute surprises, negotiate repairs or price adjustments from a position of transparency, and facilitate a smoother sale process.
Before listing your home, consider getting a Mold Air Test. This will help you identify any airborne mold spore issues that need to be addressed before putting your home on the market. If mold spores are found, consult with a professional mold remediation company to safely remediate the issue. This proactive step ensures that your home's air quality is in optimal condition for potential buyers.
Disclosure requirements related to mold spores in the air vary by location. It is recommended to consult with your real estate agent or local authorities to understand the specific regulations in your area. In general, it is best to be transparent and disclose any known issues with airborne mold spores to potential buyers to maintain trust and comply with legal obligations.