Mold Inspection Services In Mississauga

Mold & Bacteria Consulting Laboratories (MBL) has provided mold inspection services to Mississauga residents and businesses since 2004. MBL is accredited by the Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation (CALA) and we value accuracy, timeliness, and professionalism. Our dedicated staff of microbiologists and mold specialists are here to serve, and educate customers on mold and bacteria contamination problems. We’ve been in our Mississauga location for over 15 years now.

Our Process

Step 1: Visit Client Site & Inspection

A mold inspector would visit your home or business premise. Depending on the size of the building the mold inspection can normally range from 2-3 hours in duration. During the inspection we focus on visible mold growth and moisture damage.

Step 2: Air and Surface Sampling

We set up air sampling equipment and samples are carefully collected. We also collect samples of suspect visible mold growth

Step 3: Take Samples to the Lab

Once samples have been collected, we take them to our own laboratory which is accredited by the Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditation (CALA) to analyzed by our experienced microbiologists.

Step 4: Sample Analyzes

By using our state of the art equipment and experience we are able to identify the type of mold present and the concentration.

Step 5: Generate Report

We then create a report that defines the types of mold present and the concentrations.

Step 6: Recommendations Proposed

Most recommendations include: how to reduce, remove, and prevent mold growth. Often times the top reason for mold is water damage which must be addressed immediately.

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