Air Quality Experts


At Air Quality Solution Services, we understand the importance of clean air for our health and well-being. That’s why we provide a range of services designed to help individuals, businesses, and communities improve air quality in their respective environments.

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Mold Testing

Water damage and mold growth can wreak havoc on your home’s wooden structures, insulation, and electrical wiring. Mold inspection and remediation will help to reduce or prevent serious structural damage.

This involves testing the air, surfaces, and/or materials for the presence of mold.


Mold can cause various health issues, including respiratory problems, allergies, and infections.

Sampling Methods

There are several different methods of sampling for mold, including air sampling, surface sampling, and bulk sampling.

Laboratory Analysis

Once samples have been collected, they need to be analyzed in a laboratory to determine the presence and concentration of mold spores.

Interpretation of Results

It’s important to interpret the results in the context of the specific situation and the potential health risks to occupants of the building.

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Air Quality Assessment

This is a comprehensive evaluation of the air quality in a particular space. It involves analyzing the air for various pollutants such as:


VOCs (volatile organic compounds)


Particulate matter


Carbon monoxide

Sampling Methods

The sampling method used will depend on the specific pollutants being measured, as well as the size and layout of the area being assessed. Common sampling methods include grab sampling and continuous monitoring.

Analysis & Interpretation of Results

Interpretation of results will depend on a number of factors, including the type and concentration of pollutants, the exposure standards or guidelines that apply, and the potential health effects of exposure.

Identification of sources and causes of pollution

This could include factors such as outdoor air pollution sources, indoor sources like cleaning products or building materials, or ventilation or air filtration systems that are not functioning properly.

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HVAC Unit & Ductwork Assessment

This assessment focuses on the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, as well as the ductwork. It involves checking the condition and efficiency of the HVAC system, identifying any leaks or other issues, and making recommendations for improvements. The assessment can help the following:


Improve energy efficiency


Reduce operating costs


Improve indoor air quality

Inspection of HVAC unit

An HVAC unit inspection involves evaluating the overall condition and performance of the heating and cooling equipment, including the furnace or boiler, air conditioning unit, and ventilation components.

Evaluation of ductwork

Ductwork evaluation involves examining the condition and performance of the network of ducts that deliver heated or cooled air throughout the building.

Analysis of energy usage

This can involve reviewing energy bills and usage data to identify opportunities for improvement, such as upgrading to more efficient equipment, repairing leaks, or improving insulation.

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Infrared (Thermal Imaging) & Moisture Assessment

This assessment uses thermal imaging technology to identify areas of moisture or temperature variations in a space. Moisture can lead to mold growth and other issues, while temperature variations can indicate air leaks or insulation problems. The assessment can help identify and address these issues before they become serious problems. In addition to detecting areas of moisture, a moisture assessment can also help identify potential sources of moisture such as:


Leaky pipes




Inadequate ventilation

Use of thermal imaging cameras

Thermal imaging cameras use infrared technology to detect temperature differences in a building’s structure, which can help identify areas of moisture or water intrusion.

Moisture meter readings

Moisture meters are another tool used in moisture assessments, and they can provide more precise measurements of moisture levels in building materials such as drywall, insulation, and wood.

Identification of potential sources of moisture

Addressing the root cause of moisture problems is essential for preventing further damage and ensuring the long-term health of the building.

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We look forward to hearing from you and helping you with your mold testing and assessment needs.