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Indoor Air Quality

Our comprehensive mold surveys are conducted by our EH&S consultants, who are a tenured team of licensed mold professionals with extensive experience in their area of expertise.  Our field staff continually enhances their mold education and stay current on the latest mold survey techniques.  Our experts are able to:

  • Investigate, identify, and develop a plan for mold detection, removal, and mold cleaning.
  • Perform building and HVAC inspection and odor investigations.
  • Test and monitor indoor ambient conditions such as Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Temperature, and Humidity.
  • Provide formaldehyde and chemical testing.
  • Provide asbestos testing by State of California Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC).
  • Conduct Baseline mold inspection for the detection and identification of the presence of Mold and Fungal Spore contamination.

These services are conducted using the latest technology and methodology to ensure accuracy of testing results.  Our process involves:

  • Collection of bulk, tape, and cotton swab samples to identify the species of mold.
  • Collection of air samples to evaluate the presence or concentration of fungal spores in a building.
  • Collection of moisture levels in a buildings carpet, walls, and ceiling tiles.
  • Producing mold remediation / clearance reports for the completion of mold remediation projects to define that the project was successful in removing all mold damage identified in the suspect area of the building.
  • Written report outlining our survey findings, testing methodology, laboratory analysis reports, data interpretation, applied industry standards, and recommendations for improvement strategies.

Certications and Standards

  • Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIH) on staff
  • CAC - Certified Asbestos Consultant in California
  • Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene
  • ASTM method
  • Use of Air-O-Cell fungal spore traps to detect non-viable fungal spores
  • Use of Biocassettes to detect viable culturable bacteria and fungi