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Commercial Mold Inspection and Mold Testing and Other Environmental Services

Call our dedicated Commercial Team at Mold Inspection Sciences of Austin. We have an expert commercial project manager and project coordinators who will be able to answer your questions, tailor our services and bid your project.

Commercial Mold Inspection, Mold Testing, and Other Environmental Services:

  • Mold Inspections and Mold Testing
  • Asbestos Surveys
  • Indoor Air Quality Assessments
  • Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Temperature and Humidity Testing
  • Volatile Organic Compound Testing
  • Ultrafine Particulate Testing
  • Formaldehyde Testing
  • Indoor Allergen Testing
  • Bacterial Contamination Testing

We can answer your questions about asbestos, mold, and indoor air quality concerns in a commercial building, hotel, office space, retail space, or government facility. A primary goal of Mold Inspection Sciences of Austin is to promote environmental well-being and human health and safety in indoor workspaces. Indoor mold growth or mold growth inside air-conditioning systems and duct work can cause significant air quality problems in an office or retail environment. Indoor air quality in a work space is important consideration for employee and occupant well-being and productivity. Mold Inspection Sciences has the experience to evaluate commercial office and retail environments to determine whether employee or occupant complaints are justified. If a mold problem or other indoor air quality issue is discovered during a commercial mold inspection, one of our Environmental Consultants will work with the facilities or maintenance personnel, on-site safety professional, or the building owner to prepare a Mold Management Plan, Mold Remediation Protocol, or Operations and Maintenance Plan. Our scopes of work for mold remediation, correcting the cause of the indoor mold growth, or correcting poor air quality in a commercial building, office building, or retail space are written to minimize occupant and worker disruption while insuring their safety. The Mold Assessment Consultants at Mold Inspection Sciences of Austin have the knowledge and experience to handle mold and other indoor air quality problems in all commercial buildings, from small office suites to high-rise office complexes to hotels. In some cases, our professional environmental inspection services will include:

  • Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Temperature and Humidity Testing - Basic elements of indoor air quality. Carbon dioxide is a normal part of human respiration and is only toxic at extremely high levels. Rapid rise in carbon dioxide levels indicate inadequate fresh air being brought into the building, and often is accompanied by a feeling of “stuffiness” and some mild symptoms, such as tiredness. Temperature and humidity are comfort variables. Humidity can impact mold growth, especially within the air conditioning system, and the presence of dust mites. Carbon monoxide is a product of combustion and is toxic. Poor ventilation, temperature, and humidity control is one of the most frequently occurring indoor air quality problems.
  • Volatile Organic Compound Testing - A specialized and sensitive test that determines the total amount of volatile organic compounds and identifies specific volatile organic compounds that may be present. Volatile organics are frequently responsible for odors, and are associated with many industrial chemicals and cleaning products. Many VOCs are irritating or toxic. VOC testing is especially useful when industrial processes or chemical usages nearby may be affecting indoor air quality.
  • Ultrafine Particulate Testing - Particulate matter can be irritating to the respiratory tract. This testing indicates whether or not dust levels are within acceptable levels. An Ultrafine Particles Particle Meter indicates whether particles in the ultrafine range are elevated. Ultrafines can emanate from a variety of equipment and processes, such as dry toner copiers and printers, water heaters, furnaces and boilers.
  • Formaldehyde Testing - Formaldehyde can off-gas from furniture or flooring materials or other building products and chemicals, especially those made from plywood or particle board or when special glues or processing chemicals are used during manufacturing. It is more commonly found when furnishings are new (less than a few years old) and when manufactured in Asia or Mexico. Formaldehyde is a primary respiratory tract irritant.

Here is a short list of some of our commercial clients and projects:

  • United States Homeland Security
  • Lackland Air Force Base
  • Bank of America
  • One Main Place – Dallas
  • Turner Construction
  • Capitol Tower – Austin
  • TEPA
  • Balfour Beatty
  • Total Facility
  • Bella Management
  • Grubb and Ellis Management
  • Endeavor Real Estate
  • Hersha Hospitality Management
  • CBRE – CB Richard Ellis
  • Church of Christ
  • Gayner Property Management
  • Merit Properties
  • Transwestern
  • Midam Construction
  • USM Services
  • Compass Bank
  • United Western Bank
  • Metro Bank
  • Amber Hotel Company
  • Air Engineering
  • Four Seasons
  • Embassy Suites
  • Dallas County
  • Baylor Surgicare
  • Lutheran Social Services
  • Triple L Maintenance
  • JCAA
  • Covenant Presbyterian
  • Texas Health and Human Services
  • Georgia Pacific
  • Curtis and Wyndham Architects
  • Gas Turbine Management
  • Pinnacle
  • Great Southern Engineering
  • Ford, Powell, Carson
  • Jewish Federation
  • United Methodist Church
  • Fritz Industries
  • ABOR
  • Commemorative Brands – Balfour
  • Cintas
  • Fred Loya Insurance
  • Lutheran Children’s Ministry
  • Humphreys and Partners Architects
  • Ross Murphy Property Management
  • Starwood Hotels
  • Marriott Hotels

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