Initial Mold Air / Tape Lift Testing

Your home should be a safe place for you and your family, so you need to be aware of the hazards that lurk there. You can’t keep your loved ones safe if you don’t know what dangerous materials might be hiding in your home. EnvioCore has the training, experience and commitment to conduct air quality test for mold to the highest possible standards. We’ll identify any potentially hazardous mold-containing materials and give you advice on how to deal with them.

When you should check for mold:

  • New Home Purchase
  • Due Diligence
  • Renovation
  • Demolition
  • Patch
  • Water Damage
  • Fire Damage

Mold Air Sampling

Mold can be found by pulling an air sample in areas where there is believed to be mold present.

Denver is built in a groove between the alpine front range and the arid plains. This topography creates a weather pattern in which all the moisture picked up by the Chinook winds of early spring is dumped on Denver. When you combine this wet, relatively warm monsoon season with the spring thaw and runoff, the result is often water damage. And where you find water damage, mold is sure to follow.

Mold Is Sneaky

Some mold infestations are immediately obvious, but others can be very sneaky. Mold can grow inside walls, under sinks, or behind baseboards. In such cases, it can go completely overlooked. The longer any mold problem festers, the more difficult and expensive it is to clean up. 

Mold Air / Tape Testing FAQs

Schedule EnvioCore for a Mold Air / Tape Lift Inspection Today!

We can pull physical Mold Air and Tape-Lift samples and have them analyzed for Mold at a certified Laboratory!