Advanced Mold Services provides Southeast Michigan with mold testing and  mold removal for your home or business to ensure safety of the occupants and prevent secondary damage from occurring.  Mold removal should always be performed by a professional. Contact Advanced Mold Services today at 586-468-6883.



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“Quickly Inspected and Removed Mold from our Basement, Advanced Mold far exceeded expectations."  Mark and Anna - Oakland Township

Indoor air quality is an important issue in our everyday lives; especially with the increased amount of time people are spending indoors. The types of toxins we breathe in our indoor environment, whether it is at work or at home, are a matter of concern.
Mold requires certain types of conditions to develop and grow. Mold growth often occurs in areas with excessive moisture and a high relative humidity, and can appear within 48-72 hours of such conditions developing. Molds reproduce by making spores, which are continuously filtering through the air of both indoor and outdoor environments. It must be noted that at this time the EPA has not established regulations or standards for airborne mold contaminates.

There is a vast amount of mold species that exist, but the most common indoor mold species are Cladosporium, Penicillium, Aspergillus, and Alternaria. There are numerous species of toxic molds that may be found in indoor environments. Stachybotri, Memnoniella and Fusarium are just a few of the species that have historically become indicated as serious hazards to human health. Although not all molds are toxic, e.g. forming toxic metabolites, all molds, if sufficient in number, can cause serious allergenic responses in their victims causing adverse affects that can sometimes last a lifetime. Some common symptoms one may exhibit are:

  • Skin rashes
  • Nausea
  • Fatigue & restlessness
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Sinus congestion, runny nose or bloody nose, or coughing
  • Chronic cold or headaches
  • Irritation of the eyes, nose or throat
  • Memory loss
  • Immune suppression


If you have been experiencing one or more of the aforementioned symptoms, noticed a musty odor or have had recent water damage, you may have mold growing in your home or work environment. Mold can affect even the healthiest of individuals. Infants, the very young and very old, individuals with compromised immune symptoms and asthmatics are particularly susceptible. Should you suspect mold in your home or work environment, contact an Advanced Mold Services, LLC certified agent for a free telephone consultation; it may save your health.


Advanced Mold Services   43682 N. Gratiot Ave.  Clinton Township, Michigan  48036   Phone 586-468-6883  Fax 586-468-6480

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