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A.E.S. List Of Services

Mold / Mycotoxins

Mold in the home or business can lead to adverse health effects as well as severe structural damage to buildings. The certified mold inspectors at A.E.S. specialize in testing and identifying mold as well as recommending the best method of remediation.

Materials Science/Chemical

Materials Science is the identification of un-identified materials requiring further investigation by laboratory analysis. A.E.S can provide an onsite inspection along with the securing of unidentified materials/chemicals for laboratory analysis.

Moisture Testing

A.E.S. can perform a complete inspection of a residential, commercial or industrial building, uncovering hidden moisture concerns, along with the detection of all vulnerable areas in the structure.

Water / Soil / Carbon / Soot

A.E.S. can sample and analyze various types of drinking water, waste water and groundwater concerns, and can perform various types of soil testing for containments. A.E.S. also performs combustion by-product surveys such as carbon black and soot for commercial and residential structures.


Common allergens include mold spores, pollen, pet dander, cockroach, rodent and dust mite droppings. Bacteria are living things that are neither plants nor animals, but belong to a group all by themselves. Legionnaires’ disease is a type of pneumonia and infection in one or both of the lungs.

Industrial Hygiene (VOCs)

Industrial Hygiene is the science of assessing and evaluating workplace conditions that could cause injury or illness to those who may have been exposed to adverse airborne environmental conditions.

Asbestos Testing, Asbestos Inspection

Asbestos is a group of microscopic mineral fibers that can cause serious health problems when inhaled. Our experienced EPA/AHERA licensed specialists will thoroughly investigate and evaluate the levels of asbestos in your environment.

Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments

A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) is required by legal or lending institutions for future owners, to demonstrate “due diligence” in order to exonerate themselves from any issues associated with the property. A Phase II Environmental Site Assessment is performed following a Phase I site assessment designed to resolve any questions that may arise regarding the findings of questionable materials

Sick Building Syndrome

The term “Sick Building Syndrome” (SBS) is used to describe situations in which the building occupants experience acute health and comfort concern that appear to be linked to time in a building, but not specific illness or cause can be identified. An indoor air quality procedure is best characterized as a cycle of information gathering, hypotheses information and hypotheses testing. It general begins with a walkthrough inspection of the problem area to provide information.

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