VET Environmental provides comprehensive and thorough inspections and testing services into potential indoor air quality (IAQ) issues resulting from mold. VET has staff who are able to conduct preliminary inspections, design sampling plans, conduct mold, sampling, and report results in a direct and concise manor. Factors including outdoor and indoor temperature, and humidity as well as HVAC conditions are important in assessing the viability of airborne molds.
VET utilizes ambient air (AA) and Indoor Air (IA) spore trap sampling, surface mold sampling, and measures relative humidity and temperature in assessing IAQ in terms of mold conditions. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) does not currently maintain regulations or standards for airborne mold contaminants and therefore mold concentrations are often reported in high, moderate, low, and absent concentrations and cannot be directly compared to specific criteria.