Mold and Moisture Inspection

We will provide a thorough visual inspection of A/C -HVAC system , filters, cabinets, hot water heater, attics, crawl space including interior and exterior.

Indoor Air Quality Testing

The Air-O-Cell™ Air Sampling cassette is a sampling device designed for the rapid collection and analysis of a wide range of airborne aerosols. These include fungal spores, pollen, insect parts, skin cell fragments, fibers, and inorganic particulates. Air enters the cassette, the particles become impacted on the sampling substrate, and the air leaves through the exit orifice. The airflow and patented cassette housing is designed in such a way that the particles are distributed and deposited equally on a special glass slide contained in the cassette housing called the "trace."

Tape lift, bulk, and swab sampling, are techniques used for direct examination. A direct exam allows for the immediate determination of the presence of fungal spores as well as what types of fungi are present. Direct examinations should only be used to sample visible mold growth in a contaminated area since most. Most surfaces collect a mixture of fungal spores that are normally present in the environment.


Building of decontamination barrier chamber with polyethylene plastic under negative pressure. HEPA vacuuming of contaminate materials, such as walls, flooring, ceiling tiles, and furnishing. Mold contamination does not mean your personal effects need to be thrown away. In many instances, we are required to remove and dispose of contaminated materials, such as carpeting, walls, flooring, ceiling tiles, furnishings or construction debris.


Mold contamination, a common occurrance in water damaged buildings, has been known to have serious health effects. For this reason, immediate removal is necessary of all wet items from the water damaged site and to begin air circulation to prevent dampness before bacteria can multiply. If this is not possible, analytical consultation will be taken to determine the proper remediation method, which will be based on fungus type and location, as well as extent of damage and exposure.

Removal of contaminated building material and furnishings are the first stages in microbial abatement. Following are a few of the procedures used under remediation protocols and/or are limited to: performance on an individual case by case scope.

  • Contain the area
  • Create negative pressure using AFDs
  • Have an environmental consultant sample, evaluate and advise
  • HEPA vacuum all areas
  • Isolate, remove and property dispose of contaminated materials.
  • HEPA vacuum exposed pockets
  • Dry using procedures outline by IICRC S500