Air       Testing

Mold spores are in the air we breath, both indoors and outdoors. Mold can cause symptoms including headaches, fatigue, skin rashes, cough, asthma attacks, as well as other respiratory and sinus-related issues. By testing both the indoor air quality and contrasting it to the outdoor baseline, you'll have a good idea if the inside air you're breathing contains an elevated amount of these unwanted and potentially dangerous mold spores.

The Air Sample Process

A unique sampling cassette specifically designed for the rapid collection of airborne aerosols is used to trap mold spores from both the indoor area of concern as well as a nearby outdoor location. Each requested sample is taken over a five minute period and 75 liters of air, along with various types of mold spores, are trapped for quantitative analysis.

Third-party Lab Analysis

Each air cassette is expedited to an accredited lab for independent analysis of the mold spores taken during sampling.

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Lab Results: MoldREPORT™️ 

A lab report is generated letting you know the spore count of the sampled air. We'll email you this report within a few short days so you can compare the difference in air quality. A certified mold technician will review the results with you and let you know if treatment is recommended.