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Why Choose Air Allergen?
About Air Allergen & Mold Testing
Richard Johnson founded Air Allergen in 2003, Air Allergen and Mold Testing has pursued its commitment to helping people make informed choices regarding their indoor air quality. During that time, Air Allergen has provided inspections and remediation information to thousands of homeowners, businesses, organizations, and public agencies throughout the entire Southeast. Our website is sprinkled with testimonials from our customers. We are grateful for our many customers and look forward to serving many more in the coming years.
They saved us from buying a mold-infested property
Richard and the Air Allergen staff did a wonderful job testing our home for mold. The inspector was knowledgeable and competent and the reporting top notch. They saved us from buying a mold-infested property. THANK YOU!
Wouldnt recommend anyone else
Air Allergen provided thorough mold inspection services in a professional manner. Rich delivered a detailed report and then took the time to review it over the phone with me. Wouldnt recommend anyone else.
From the inspection to the reporting Air Allergen was amazing
Julian was absolutely fantastic to work with, I called the office looking to have a mold inspection done before closing on a property. From the inspection to the reporting Air Allergen was amazing.
Mold Inspection and Testing in Adairsville
Have you ever been to a place with a bad and weird smell? Like humidity, earthy, damp and tangy smell. If you have been feeling something similar at your home or workplace, there might be toxic mold. Toxic mold can be very dangerous and can cause numerous of respiratory-related health problems. Since mold is not always visible or easy to spot, if you suspect you have mold in your home you should get an inspection done. Even if the mold is not toxic, all mold and mildew can cause health issues.
Our inspectors are experts in mold detection, we have a modern lab to determine the type of mold you have. We’ve been providing mold inspection and testing services in Adairsville for years.
Signs there might be mold:
- Weird smell: if you notice a musty smell, or like dirty socks or rotten wood, this is a sign you have to take action. The stronger the smell the higher the risk to your health.
- Skin Rashes: mold especially toxic mold can cause rashes, itchiness, and even inflammation and swelling skin.
- Chronic Cough: If you or someone in your family have had a cough for weeks, shortness of breath or sinus congestion.
- Discolored Walls and/ or Stains: Discoloration on the walls can be caused by mold. Stained spots and patches can also mean there’s mold.
If you have noticed any of the listed signs, don’t keep waiting and get a mold inspection and testing done soon at your home. When contacting us, we can usually visit you on the same day. Our inspectors will revise your house from top to bottom and will take different samples, including air samples too; to determine the type of mold you have. Once taken to the lab, we will provide you a detailed report containing a guideline to interpreting the lab analysis for each sample, the observations of the inspector about each area samples, remarks, and cautions, and remediation guidance and suggestions on the actions to take.
More About Adairsville
Adairsville is a city in Bartow County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 4,648. Adairsville is approximately halfway between Atlanta and Chattanooga on Interstate 75. It is 12 miles (19 km) south of Calhoun, 18 miles (29 km) northeast of Rome and 61 miles (98 km) north of Atlanta.
Adairsville is an exurban city at the northwest edge of metro Atlanta, at 34°22′6″N 84°55′42″W / 34.36833°N 84.92833°W / 34.36833; -84.92833 (34.368925, −84.928212). U.S. Route 41 passes through the city, leading north to Calhoun and south to Cartersville. Interstate 75 runs through the eastern part of the city, with access from Exit 306 (State Route 140).