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103 Carnegie Center Suite 300
Princeton, NJ 08540
Open 24hrs available for Emergencies

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Toll Free: 1-888-664-5325
609-301-8475 / 973-241-5355
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icon-address Apex Air Quality - New York
865 Broadway Avenue
Holbrook, NY 11741
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Mold Testing

Comprehensive preliminary mold testing is recommended for residential or commercial properties if:

You or someone in your home feeling, “under the weather” every time you are in a particular area of your home? Is your nose running frequently, eyes watering, always feel tired or suffering from upper respiratory infections? Your ailments could be mold related. At Quest Air we offer several different forms of mold testing.

We specialize in air sampling, direct surface sampling (swab), or bulk lift testing. Once your mold test is performed, the sampling instrument used is sent to an independent laboratory. The lab will analyze the samples and send a detailed report outlining the type of mold found (allergenic or toxic) and the levels of the molds in your home.

Based on your lab analysis, we will either clear the home as being free from elevated mold exposure, or send a detailed estimate report to rid the area of the elevated mold levels. Don’t wait any longer! Call Quest Air Mold Remediation today for your homes mold testing.

There are visibly moldy areas that need attention. If these areas are open to clean areas or HVAC systems are exposed to the infected area, untreated contamination will possibly spread infestation throughout the property.

There are no signs of water damage or musty odors present, but occupants complain and present the potential for owner liability and lawsuits, e.g. landlord-tenant scenario.

More Information

For more information on mold contamination and its threat to your business, home and health, click to read two EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) reports: Residential Mold Guide and Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings – 2001 document.

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