Air quality testing 

Air quality testing determines the indoor air pollution level and specifies the types of mold and other air particles in the environment.

The indoor air quality has effects on health including asthma and allergies, testing air quality in home and office can help prevent disease.

Test samples are collected on site, work is done in a nationally certified laboratory and the results are checked by technicians to ensure accuracy. A detailed lab report is provided.

Standard air test results are delivered within 4 business days and cultures take 7 days.

Capital Area Home Inspections, LLC Mold Inspections, Mold Swab Tests, Air Quality Testing

Mold Testing And Air Quality Services Lansing

Symptoms Of Mold 

If you are experiencing apparent mold symptoms as described, call Capital Area Home Inspections, LLC to schedule for a Mold Inspection and testing.

  • A damp or musty odor.
  • Dark material on basement walls or discoloration.
  • Mold like stains or discoloration on the walls, ceiling, furniture.
  • Water problems like roof leak or water in basement.
  • High indoor humidity level, poor indoor or attic ventilation.
Mold Testing

How Capital Area Home Inspections, LLC Inspects and Tests for Mold

Mold inspections and testing are non-invasive. We will do a visual inspection for apparent mold symptoms and confirm by sampling the indoor air quality & surface contact swabs. We will provide a mold inspection report with photos, lab results, recommendations for mold remediation, mold clean up and removal if required.

What is Mold? 

There are hundreds of thousands of different types of molds. They show up in many different colors and shades, most often as black mold. They are living organisms that grow naturally, particularly in warm, damp, humid conditions such as basement and attic where there is little air movement. 

Often called “mildew,” molds are related to mushrooms and yeast but are much smaller we can only see or smell mold when there is a large quantity. 

Here in Michigan, indoor mold can grow almost anywhere: on carpets, ceilings, walls or furniture. Water leaks, plumbing leaks, spills from bathtubs or showers, or condensation, can cause mold to grow in your house.