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Why have Mold Air Quality Test?

The WHO says that over 50% of homes have mold problems*, but only 5% ever get tested. Now, for the first time ever, you can see what’s in your home’s air, and get the information you need to take action if needed.

COMPREHENSIVE, VISUAL REPORT
Includes actual images of mold spores & particulate

Identifies the mold resulting from water damage
Detects and counts +100airborne mold spores and particulates
Flags elevated levels so you can act on them
Also shows animal and human skin fragments, allergens,
microscopic soil, carbon, and fine particulates
ASK AN EXPERT service available as an option for one-on-one insights into your home’s report from a Certified
Industrial Hygenist
90+ Mold Spores

Aspergillus/Penicillium Chains, Chaetomium, Fusarium, Gliomastix, Scopulariopsis, Stachybotrys, Ulocladium, Wallemia, Alternaria-like, Aspergillus/Penicillium, Cladosporium, Arthrinium, Ascospore, Basidiospore, Bipolaris, Bispora, Botrytis, Brachysporium-like, Cercospora, Chaetoconis, Coelomycete, Curvularia, Epicoccum, Exosporium, Fusicladium, Lasiosphaeria, Mitospore, Myrothecium, Nigrospora, Oidium, Paecilomyces, Pestilotiopsis, Pithomyces, Polythrincium, Pyricularia, Smut, Perconia, and Myxomycte-like, Spegazzinia, Stemphylium, Torula, Trichocladiu, Urediniospores, Zygomycetes, Zygophiala, and many more…

10+ Air Particles

Particulates & sizes, Animal skin, Human skin, Pollen, Insect parts, Carbon, Pollen, Insect parts, and more…

Core 360 Home Inspections provides inspection services to Northern & Central New Jersey. If you’re buying or selling a home, contact us to request an appointment.

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Core 360 Home Inspections LLC is a family, locally owned and operated NJ home inspector business. Core 360 Home Inspections LLC is based out of Hudson County servicing your home inspector needs throughout all of New Jersey (NJ).

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