INSPECTIONS & SAFETY CONSULTING

MOLD Inspection & testing services 

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Mold inspections

A mold inspection can determine a structure's current condition relative to the possibility of fungal contamination. An inspection can reveal any real or potential mold hazards.

The inspection report will provide the client with detailed information to make informed decision about how to move forward and solve their specific mold problems.

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air quality testing

An indoor air quality test can reveal the concentration of Bioaeros (mold, pollen, particulates) that are present in the air that is breathed everyday within your household. A test can determine if your home has a hidden mold problem. Just because it can't be seen, doesn't mean there isn't mold in your home affecting the quality of your air. Moisture behind drywall, crawlspace basements and non easily accessible attics can hide mold growth.

With the results of an indoor air quality test, the homeowner will be able to take the necessary remediation steps to create a healthy indoor living environment for the whole family.

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asbestos testing

Due to its fiber strength and heat resistance, asbestos has been used in a variety of building construction materials for insulation and as a fire retardant between 1920 and 1989, after which the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) began regulating materials containing asbestos.

Asbestos fibers may be released into the air by the disturbance of asbestos-containing material during product use, demolition work, building or home maintenance, repair, and remodeling.

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lead testing

If your home was built before 1978, have your home tested for lead and learn about potential lead hazards. Testing of potential lead containing products will analyze the lead content of every different type of painted surface in your home. This is most appropriate when you are buying a home or signing a lease, before you renovate, and to help you determine how to maintain your home for lead safety.

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radon gas testing

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is formed by the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. It cannot be detected by the senses. However, it can be detected with radon measurement devices. When radon escapes from the ground to the outdoors, it mixes with fresh air resulting in concentrations too low to be of concern. When radon enters an enclosed space, such as a home, it can accumulate to high concentrations and become a health concern. The only way to know how much radon is in a home, is to run a test. The source of most radon in houses is the soil on which the house is standing, and for that reason higher indoor radon levels are more likely to exist in the lower levels of the house.

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