Environmental Testing is the leading provider of
mold inspections and mold testing services in
Angeles California. In addition to mold testing, we
also test for a number of other indoor contaminants
including asbestos, bacteria, lead, asthma triggers,
volatile organic compounds and more. Our service
areas include all of Los Angeles County California,
as well as San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, and
Why Choose AMI?
Knowledge is the key to effectively addressing
indoor mold issues and no one is more knowledgeable
than an AMI Certified Mold Inspector.
AMI Inspectors hold multiple accredited
certifications that require stringent continued
education credits to re-certify their credentials on
an annual basis. When you hire a council-certified
mold inspector from AMI you're getting the best in
the business. Detailed information on Mold Inspector
credentials is available on our
AMI page, but there is another very
important reason why AMI is your best choice for a
mold inspection in Los Angeles.
Information You Can Depend on From People You Can
The presence of mold in homes, schools and business
is of growing concern throughout Los Angeles and
surrounding areas. If you have a mold problem, you
have some important decisions to make. Dealing with
toxic black mold and other indoor contaminants can
be stressful and overwhelming, but it doesn't have
to be. The key to making the best decisions is an
accurate and reliable assessment of your mold
- Is it a small mold problem that you can
- Or it is a bigger job that will require
- What corrective measures are necessary and -
just as importantly - what measures are not
- And of course, what are the potential health
To answer these questions the best thing to do is
to seek professional advice. But who do you call? A
mold inspector or a mold removal contractor?
vs Mold Removal Contractors
It is always more convenient to pick up the phone
and call one company that can handle your mold
problem from start to finish. But sometimes that
convenience can end up costing you far more than it
should. Why? Because most consumers don't understand
enough about mold to know when or even if mold
remediation is really necessary.
Mold remediation (mold removal) is very
profitable work and can sometimes run into thousands
of dollars. It is also a highly competitive business
and in this difficult economy, more and more
contractors are competing for fewer and fewer jobs.
Many of the more aggressive mold remediation contractors are now using
mold inspections as part
of their marketing strategy. But if you have a mold
problem, hiring a mold inspector who is on a mission
to find mold removal jobs for himself may not be in
your best interest. That is not to say that all mold
remediation contractors who perform mold inspections
will put their best interest before yours, but why
risk it if you don't have to?
There is only one way to be absolutely certain
you will get an accurate and reliable assessment of
your mold concern. If you suspect you might have a
mold problem, the only way to ensure your best
interest is always first and foremost is to consult
with an independent mold inspector who is not in the
mold removal business.
AMI is not in the mold removal business. We believe
that mold inspectors should never profit from
problems they discover in the course of a mold
inspection. And since we have no vested interest in
the outcome of any mold inspection we perform, you
can always count on AMI for a reliable, unbiased
mold assessment of your property.
For more specific information regarding your
personal mold inspection questions and concerns,
call the leading mold inspection company in
Angeles to speak with a Certified Mold Inspector now
You'll be glad you did!