Indoor Air Quality Testing
7 million deaths per year are linked to indoor and outdoor air pollution. (World Health Organization, 2014)
Mold may be hard to find – but it can have a deadly impact on your health!
At least 45 million buildings in the United States have unhealthy levels of mold. (Moldy, 2017) Your home or office might be the cause of your health problems – mold can remain hidden behind walls, in the ceiling and under the carpet for years. To learn more about environmental health, click here.
What We Test
We will inspect for and pinpoint underlying causes for mold growth, like water leaks or intrusion, poor ventilation, high humidity, and unusual conditions that could contribute to microbial growth.
We can collect surface or air samples for analysis at an independent certified laboratory if necessary at the time of inspection.