We do not recommend mold home test kits. Most mold testing kits only provide one piece of information. They are testing to see if mold grows on a Petri dish in the property. The truth is, mold is everywhere! It is naturally occurring outdoors and is can be found in most buildings. Every time we open a door or a window we are letting outside air into the property. This air may contain mold spores. When using a petri dish test in the house, we are only confirming that there is mold in the home. As we know, this is typical. The missing piece of the puzzle, and arguably the more important piece, is the control test to be taken outside. The control test gives us a baseline number to compare the indoor results to. When we take air samples, we take measurements in the property as well as outside. In a property without a mold problem, we expect to see spore counts that are in line with what is found outside. If we test inside and see that there are more spores that what is outside, or different types of mold, we have a reasonable suspicion that the growth is coming from inside the property. To sum it up, we don't recommend home test kits for two reasons. 1. There is no control measurement to provide context to the sample. 2. Lack of professional interpretation of sampling results.