Our Services

Mold Inspection and Testing

Visual inspection of the structure (interior & exterior) to evaluate for potential moisture/mold problems.

We inspect attics, foundation crawlspaces and all interior spaces for moisture and mold problems. We also perform an exterior inspection to identify issues that could lead to interior mold growth.

Thermal Scan & Moisture Survey

We can perform thermal scans and / or moisture surveys on the home using an infrared cameras and moisture meters to detect moisture issues that may be occurring in wall cavities around windows, doors, exterior walls and water appliances.

Samples collected and cultured for fungal analysis.

2 Air Samples (a minimum of 1 from inside the structure & 1 from outside the structure for comparison) or Direct samples using bio-slide, swab or bulk methods. Additional air samples as needed, or requested by client. If suspected mold growth is observed during the inspection, Zefon Bio-Tape (direct/surface) samples may be recommended to confirm the presence of mold, and to identify the species that are present.

Mold Inspection Pricing Information

Our Inspectors do a full visual inspection of the property. This includes areas of concern and general areas that typically have mold growth.

Commercial (Isolated Area)


Commercial (Entire Building)


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Additional Costs

Any additional samples are $75/each.

Additional Driving Fees may be added if your property is outside of our normal service area. We will always let you know beforehand if this is the case.

We inspect

We may inspect exterior walls with Moisture Meter/Thermal Imaging Camera to identify areas more likely to have hidden mold.

We can insepct closets, under sinks, under stairs, around windows/doors, or any areas where water is present. (Bathrooms, Utility Rooms, Kitchens, ETC)

After the full visual inspection of the property, a testing plan is suggested to the client. Our inspectors must suggest any sample that could be beneficial to you, the client. It is then your decision to decide what is most important to your situation and what you would like collected and submitted for analysis.

Types of samples

What These Samples Will Find

The samples collected identify mold types present. Air samples give spore counts and concentrations. Surface samples identify the mold species and growth concentration. We always start with an outside air sample that serves as a control that sets baseline numbers for what is normal and acceptable. It is then compared to an inside sample from the area of greatest concern. This will basically let us know whether or not elevated conditions exist or not.

After samples have been collected, they are then sent to a third party laboratory for analysis. Results can be made available the next business day. Once the results have been reviewed, a full protocol of any required work is then created. This report tells you what samples were taken, what exact species and concentration were found, and what the next steps would be. All samples collected are accompanied by a photo for identification purposes.

If elevated conditions are not found to exist, a general findings report is provided stating the collected samples and that elevated mold conditions were not found to exist.