Mold & Fungi Testing

EAA is the first lab in our industry to compile a nationwide database or airborne Air-O-Cell dust samples, and then provide a systematic and trademarked comparison system known as AIR PROFILE™. AIR PROFILE provides practical and industry-accepted statistical comparison guidelines for the interpretation of indoor dust samples using Optical Microscopy methods. The color-coded guidelines and report data summary tables are based on this nationwide database. The guidelines allow direct comparisons of indoor airborne mold and other dust particle results from one building within a historical database from other buildings. These guidelines are based on airborne sampling using Air-O-Cell® slit impaction sampler, and surface adhesive tape lift most commonly occurring particle categories found both indoors and outdoors.

Elevated mold spore concentrations found in both the indoor and outdoor environments are known to cause allergy symptoms and are occasionally responsible for respiratory illness in immune-compromised individuals. Elevate mold spore concentrations in the indoor environment can be caused by outdoor infiltration or from indoor growth sources when elevated surface moisture and humidity are present.

EAA’s Michigan Environmental Laboratory is AIHA-LAP accredited for mold analysis

Sample Reports (Coming Soon)

Qualitative Surface Mold Report

Quantitative Surface Mold Report

Quantitative Airborne Mold Report

Mold Testing

Surface Sampling - Tape, Bulk, or Swab

Airborne Sampling - Air-O-Cell, Allergenco, Burkard, etc.