As we spend more and more time inside, we must consider how indoor air quality is impacting our overall health and the health of our families.
If you have experienced the following symptoms, you may have elevated levels of mold in your home:
- Irritation of eyes, nose or throat
- Cough, phlegm build-up
- Shortness of breath
- Allergic reactions
- Unexplained headaches or fatigue
Elevated levels of mold spores in the breathing environment can be harmful to your health, particularly for small children, the elderly and immunocompromised individuals. Mold spores are not visible to the human eye, but you can uncover hidden mold by conducting an air sample test.
The abnormal presence of mold found in air sample testing can also alert you to the possibility of hidden water damage, and save you both money and headaches by helping you get ahead of a problem that may be lurking out of sight.
Starting now, HouseMaster Toronto is offering $100 off* of air sampling for mold, when you reference the above offer. Other available mold services will receive $50 off during the offer period. It's a great way to gain peace of mind and save money this spring.
BUT ACT NOW! This offer is only good until June 15, 2021. Call us today to book your mold service:
416-MASTER1 (416-627-8371), ext. 1
Just use promo code MOLD21 when you book.
*Offer good for air sampling services of freehold homes only during weekday appointment times taking place between the hours of 9:00 a.m and 5:00 p.m. $50 off other available mold services.
Service is not a mold assessment or inspection or other qualitative/quantitative determination of existing or potential mold concerns. Additional samples can be requested if desired. For a mold inspection or assessment, a qualified industrial hygienist or other properly qualified indoor air-quality specialist must be contacted to make arrangements. Valid at participating offices only. Limit of one use per client/representative during offer period. Offer cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Expires June 15, 2021.