Service costs $175.00 up to 2,200 square feet, 0.08 for each additional square foot.
This is the initial step, where the inspector visually examines the property to identify any visible signs of mold growth or conditions conducive to mold development.
This involves using specialized equipment to inspect the HVAC system and air ducts for mold growth, debris, and other contaminants that could contribute to indoor air quality issues.
Measuring relative humidity is crucial as it helps assess the moisture levels in the air, which is a critical factor for mold growth.
Thermal imaging cameras detect temperature differences in building materials, helping to identify areas of potential moisture and mold issues that may not be visible to the naked eye.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) testing with particle counters helps assess the concentration of airborne particles, including mold spores, which provides valuable insights into the overall air quality.
Inspecting the air conditioning system is essential since it can contribute to moisture issues and mold growth if not properly maintained.
The mold assessment report summarizes the findings, including observations, measurements, test results, and recommendations for remediation and prevention.
Overall, the mold assessment process combines different techniques and measurements to provide a comprehensive evaluation of potential mold issues in a property. This level of detail helps in identifying the root cause of mold problems and developing effective strategies for remediation and prevention. Mold testing and inspection services should only be conducted by licensed and certified mold inspection companies to ensure accurate and reliable results.
Mold testing is a critical step in identifying the presence of mold and assessing the potential risks it poses to indoor air quality and occupants' health.
We often take air samples during our inspection. When these samples are analyzed, it can help us determine how much of an issue there actually is. That is because certain particles /spores are not visible, and certain types of mold can only be determined through laboratory testing of the samples. There are different methods of mold testing, but one of the most common approaches involves taking air or surface samples. These samples are then sent to a mold testing laboratory for analysis.
Swab, Bulk, and Tape (per sample)
Air sample at $125.00 (per sample)
Two indoor air samples are collected from the area of concern, such as a specific room or area with visible mold growth. These samples help identify the types and concentrations of mold spores present in the indoor environment.
One outdoor air sample is collected from a location near the building or property being tested. This outdoor sample provides a reference or baseline for normal mold levels in the surrounding environment.
Next day turnaround lab results
Standard Air Quality Testing for mold typically involves collecting two indoor air samples near the area of concern and one outdoor air sample.
This sampling strategy helps establish a comparison between indoor and outdoor mold levels, allowing for a better assessment of potential mold issues inside a building or property.
By comparing the indoor samples to the outdoor sample, the mold inspector can determine if there are elevated mold spore levels indoors, indicating a potential mold problem.
If the indoor mold spore levels are significantly higher than those found outdoors, it suggests that mold is actively growing indoors and needs further investigation and remediation. It's important to note that Air Quality Testing is just one aspect of a comprehensive mold inspection
If you suspect that allergens in your house are causing allergic reactions or want to identify potential allergens to improve your indoor air quality, Home Enviro provides professional testing conducted by our environmental specialists.
Allergen (per sample)
Dust (per sample)
A dust sample would be best for this case when an individual is highly sensitive to a specific allergen and wants to know if that particular allergen is present in her home. Collecting dust samples from various areas in your home, especially those where dust tends to accumulate, such as carpets, rugs, upholstery, and bookshelves. Analyzing the dust for allergens requires professional testing equipment. Professional testing helps pinpoint specific allergens.
Cat Dander, Dog Dander, Cockroach, Dust Mites, Mouse, Rat.
One-week turnaround lab results
Depending on the results, individuals can take action to reduce allergen exposure. This may involve measures like improving indoor air quality, using allergen-proof covers on bedding, regular cleaning, and considering allergen-specific interventions.
It's important to note that allergen sampling in dust is typically conducted by professionals with the necessary equipment and expertise.
ERMI testing involves collecting dust samples from a building and analyzing them for the presence of mold DNA.
ERMI (per sample)
ERMI testing involves collecting dust samples from a building and analyzing them for the presence of mold DNA. The results are used to calculate an ERMI score, which indicates the relative amount and types of mold species present in the building. ERMI testing is often used to provide a broad assessment of mold in a building and to identify potential health risks associated with mold exposure.
Two weeks turnaround lab results
Doctors may suggest ERMI testing if a patient's health issues seem to be linked to their home environment, especially if there has been a history of water damage or moisture issues in the residence. High ERMI values can indicate a mold problem that needs remediation.ERMI testing provides a more comprehensive assessment of mold species present in a building.
Doctors may request an Environmental Relative Moldiness Index (ERMI) testing for several reasons when evaluating a patient's health and symptoms, especially if there is suspicion of mold-related illness or exposure. ERMI testing is a comprehensive method for assessing the presence and types of molds in indoor environments.
Just simply smelling the odor does not mean the laboratory tests will always indicate that tobacco/marijuana smoke is present.
Nicotine (per sample)
Marijuana (THC) (per sample)
Cigarette Smoke Testing
Marijuana (THC) Testing
Two weeks turnaround lab results
Each project is unique, and depending on the situation, it may call for more than one method to help document the cigarette odor in your home. If you are experiencing cigarette smoke issues in your home, contact us to see how we can help.
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