Indoor Air Quality Certification

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Ensuring You Reach Safer Standards

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Expert Inspection & Analysis.

AirWell brings over 40 years of indoor environmental science to your property. We perform indoor air quality certifications and Industrial Hygiene (IH) testing in any type of indoor space. Our inspectors’ certifications include Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) Certified Building Inspector, Certified Mold Inspector (CMI), Certified Lead Inspector, and Certified Mold Remediation Contractor (CMRC). 

Trusted Testing & Clearance.

The environmentally accredited AirWell laboratories can determine if indoor contaminants could be leading to health problems. Our certified testing can also provide clearance analyses after remediation, remodeling, demolition, or decommissioning activities.


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Providing Testing and Consulting That Meet Your Needs

With over 100 years of cumulative analytical laboratory and air quality experience, the team at AirWell has seen it all. We are glad to be a resource for our clients, providing an interpretation of results and opinions on steps required to properly address the issues that our clients face. 

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Taking Uncertainty Out of the Picture With Certified Air Testing

Best-in-Class Practices and Technology

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AirWell provides specialized teams working in residential, commercial, and governmental areas.

RESIDENTIAL: We perform standard real estate inspections prior to purchasing or selling homes.

COMMERCIAL: We conduct industrial hygiene inspections for AHERA and OSHA standards compliance. We also provide clearance inspections after remediation, construction, and mechanical additions.

GOVERNMENTAL: We have a long history of working with local, county, and state organizations to ensure government facilities are compliant with safety standards.

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Accredited Lab Analysis & Reports

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The following key technical aspects have been implemented for analytical testing of IAQ/IH samples:

Ongoing Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) Program: Designed to meet and comply with federal government standards and provide court-defensible data.

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs): Documented procedures for all analytical testing, sample receipt and storage, calibration, maintenance, record-keeping, training, data review and validation, and corrective action.

Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS): Computer-based data storage of sample information and analytical results, providing flexible, interactive reporting for customized client reports and electronic data transmission.

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Frequent Questions

What testing should be done after remediation is complete?

Perform testing for whatever contaminant is being remediated. If that is mold contamination, then have a Certified Mold Inspector (CMI) perform an inspection and collect samples for mold. If asbestos is being abated, a post-remediation PCM clearance should be performed. If remediation is being conducted after a septic backup/leak, an inspection and sampling for E. Coli and Enterococci should be conducted.

How do I know if my test is a pass or fail?

In the narrative that is included with your analytical report, we will indicate any issues found and provide suggestions for dealing with these issues as necessary. You are also welcome to call us for a phone consultation once you receive your final report.

What testing should be requested when buying a home?

The answer to this question depends on your objectives and budget. Often, the sellers of a home will do the absolute minimum mold testing to prevent the buyer from backing out of the purchase. Although this is the cheapest option, it is not in the best interest of the new residents of the home. The best option to determine if environmental conditions exist that could impact the health of a resident is to have an Indoor Air Quality expert perform an inspection of the property, with emphasis placed on mold, VOCs, and particulate matter. If renovations are to be performed, consider inspections for the presence of asbestos and lead paint.


 Finally, if the budget only allows for a DIY mold test, consider performing mold testing through ImmunoLytics.

What testing is required prior to renovating, remodeling, or remediating?

  1. If your home was built prior to 1978, a lead paint inspection should be performed in any area that is to be disturbed (e.g., remodel, window replacement, painting preparation, etc.).
  2. If your home was built prior to 1980, an asbestos inspection should be performed in any area that is to be disturbed (e.g., remodeling, window replacement, painting preparation, etc.).
  3. If any visible mold is found during renovation, remodeling, or remediating, all activities should stop and the mold should be contained to prevent contaminating other areas of the residence. An inspection of the area may be necessary to develop the appropriate remediation plan.

How do I know if I have a mold problem and where it is located?

The best way to determine if you have elevated mold levels in your home is to have an on-site mold inspector perform a visual inspection, an InfraRed inspection for active water leaks, and collect samples to determine the current mold levels. 

If your budget does not allow you to hire a Certified Mold Inspector (CMI), the next best alternative is to conduct DIY mold plate testing through ImmunoLytics.



Choose AirWell as Your Trusted Certified Inspector

For peace of mind, contact AirWell today. We are your trusted provider of indoor air quality certifications in New Mexico, Colorado, and Oklahoma.

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