Commercial, Industrial, Schools, and Hospitals
Asbestos Inspections | Mold Inspections | Air Quality Analysis
- Experience working in occupied settings.
- Asbestos training crosses over to mold evaluations for commercial, industrial, and school buildings.
- 17 credentials and licenses.
- Up to date and certified equipment.
- Traditional and proven methods and practices.
- OSHA 10 Certified.
- Viable and non-viable sampling.
- VOC testing.
Professional Services and Equipment
I carry state-of-the-art, high-tech equipment with me on every mold inspection, including:
- Protimeter Surveymaster
- Protimeter Hydromaster
- FLIR C3 Thermal Image Camera
- Hygiena ATP Tester (Bacteria)
- Tramex CMExpert II (Slab moisture meter)
- CO Meter
- CO2 Meter
- CH2O Meter
- VOC Meter
- Gas Leak Detector
- Particle Counter
- Bio Pump Plus
For Sample Results Interpretation, NWA Mold Inspector follows the guidance of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (Publications 2001/2002), the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) and the New York City Department of Health (NYCDOH) (2008).
NWA Mold Inspector follows the mold sampling protocols as described in the International Association of Certified Air Consultants' (IAC2) "Mold Inspection Standards of Practice", and EM Labs P&K.
For mold sample laboratory analysis, NWA Mold Inspector relies on the leading commercial air quality lab in North America, EMSL Analytical Labs (St. Louis MO facility).
NWA Mold Inspector uses Zefon International mold sampling media.
For more information on the mold inspection process, please check out the What to Expect Page.
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What are our customers saying?
Brian went above and beyond to assess my situation with a free initial phone consult and provided incredibly detailed and helpful knowledge to set me well on my way. His customer service is excellent and you can tell he truly cares about the wellbeing of his customers. Thank you Brian
Great company. Brian answered my call when I considered it to be "after hours". Brian had me send him some pictures of the areas in concern, and gave me suggestions to follow until he could arrive. Brian then gave me an estimated time of arrival. He was prompt to keep his appointment time and let me know prior to his arrival. Brian was very professional and polite, also very educated in his field.
Brian was great - he was able to squeeze me in the day after I called after a slight panic of having possibly disturbed unknown asbestos in our new home with popcorn ceilings. He was quick, thorough, competitively priced and we had our results the next day!
Commercial and Industrial
Experienced working in occupied settings, I hold 17 credentials and licenses and am OSHA Certified.
Asbestos is most dangerous when airborne, which can occur from deterioration or damage. Today, in the United States, asbestos can regularly be found in manufactured and/or imported products.
Mold is a serious issue that can have a negative impact on your health, especially if you suffer from Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). I understand the importance of a mold-free environment.