top of page

Our Services

homeguide-mold-inspector-examining-wall-with-water-damage.jpg

Mold Testing

Why do I need it?

Air Samples: A specialized mold air sampling cassette is connected to a high-flow air sampling pump; Fifteen liters of air per minute is then drawn through the cassette for a pre-determined time, causing the spores in the air to impact on the slide inside. The casettes are then sent to the laboratory for analysis. This test allows us to determine all the species and levels of mold spores in the air.

Tape Lift: A surface with visible mold growth can be sampled with clear sticky tape. The tape is placed on a clean glass slide, sealed in a plastic container, and sent to the laboratory for analysis. These results will allow us to estimate the concentration of mold spores on a given surface area.

  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) testing is the process of assessing the air quality within and around buildings and structures, particularly as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. The testing aims to identify the presence and levels of pollutants in the air, which may include a variety of contaminants such as:

 

1. Particulate Matter (PM)

2. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

3. Carbon Monoxide (CO)

4. Carbon Dioxide (CO₂)

5. Radon

6. Biological Contaminants

7. Humidity Levels

IAQ Graphic.jpeg
Germs-1.jpeg
  • Allergen & Odor Assessments

Allergen and odor assessment is a specific aspect of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) testing that focuses on identifying and quantifying allergens and odors within an indoor environment. This type of assessment is crucial for understanding and mitigating factors that can affect health, comfort, and overall quality of life for building occupants.

 

Allergen and odor assessment is essential for creating a healthy, comfortable, and pleasant indoor environment, contributing significantly to the well-being of occupants.

Moisture Mapping & Thermal Imaging

Aeris Environmental offers moisture mapping and infrared thermography of environmental controls for the restoration industry which provide verification that mitigation techniques are successful. Due to the immediate necessity of these services following a water intrusion event, AEI’s Catastrophe Response Team is on-call at all times to provide assistance at the onset of a flood.

 We provide the client with the accurate data necessary to dry building materials. We monitor and record temperature, relative humidity, etc. while a building is placed under proper environmental controls prior to demolition/abatement in the event of a Category 2 or Category 3 water release.

Moisture-mapping
bottom of page