ALS offers a variety of test methods, collection devices, and applications for the identification and counting of mould in indoor commercial and residential environments.
Mould is a fast-growing health concern. ALS offers a variety of test methods, collection devices, and applications for the identification and counting of mould in indoor environments, both in the workplace and residential.
The presence of mould in a building is a serious problem that can have detrimental effects on the health of your employees and clients. ALS has the expertise in mould analysis to help you make the right decisions when it comes to protecting the wellbeing of your employees and clients.
Mould often grows in damp locations in our homes and workplaces such as the area between walls, in attics or on insulation, carpeting, and wallboard. Unfortunately, mould colonies are not always visible and their odours may not be obvious, making it possible for its presence to go unnoticed for a long period of time. Mould can cause serious health problems in humans, particularly in the cases of people with compromised immune systems, the elderly, or in very young children. Symptoms of mould inhalation generally occur in the respiratory system, however, general flu symptoms and rashes may also result.
Testing capabilities vary depending on location.