High Quality Lab Test Ancillary Services

Mold Testing

Mold testing attempts to determine which kinds of mold are present in your house, and how many molds there are in the air. Samples that have been collected are examined in a lab under carefully controlled conditions. All indoor spaces contain mold spores that come into them through air currents from outside, so mold testing usually provides a long list of species — most of which aren’t actually present in your house. Determining what kinds of mold are present in your home will allow you to decide whether you or your loved ones are in danger, and if you need a mold inspection.

Asbestos Testing

If your home was built before the 1970’s and you suspect that there may be parts that use asbestos-containing materials, you should have it tested right away. Asbestos is extremely toxic and can cause irreversible health effects, so don’t wait. Asbestos testing should also be done before a home renovation or remodel that involves extensive demolition, which could cause dangerous asbestos fibers to spread. Get more details below.

Lead Based Paint Testing

Lead paint is no longer widely used in America, but older homes may still have used it, which can break down and cause lead poisoning and toxicity in both adults and children. If you are interested in purchasing a home that was built before the 1970’s and you have reason to believe lead paint may be present, lead paint testing is an essential home inspection step.

Chinese Drywall Testing

Many homeowners in various parts of the United States, particularly in the Southeast, reported issues with their homes due to this problematic material. The sulfur emissions from the drywall caused not only foul odors but also corrosion of metal components, electrical wiring problems, and health concerns for occupants. As a result, many affected homeowners had to undergo costly remediation efforts to address these issues.

Water Testing

Find out if your water is safe and free from bacteria through our water quality testing service. Water quality testing involves analyzing a water sample to determine the presence and concentration of various chemical, physical, and biological characteristics. These characteristics can include things like pH, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, and the presence of contaminants such as heavy metals or pathogens.