Envirospect is the Place to Call When a
Building May be Making People Sick

It could be any home, office, school, church,
health care facility, store or even an

People can become sick from many different home, workplace and public exposures. We have added thousands of untested chemicals into our environment. We have made homes, schools, workplaces, and other structures air tight. We have chemicals, medicines and vaccines injected and inhale a wide range of chemicals that were not invented a generation ago. We are a premiere Pittsburgh Mold Testing company. Click here for an article on: Is Your House Making You Sick ?

Envirospect’s mission is to identify environmental problems through testing and assessment. We report and educate the general public, building designers, manufacturers and health professionals about environmental exposures and their potential health consequences. What sets Envirospect apart is that we are problem solvers. We are here to not just identify problems, we are here to develop solutions.

Envirospect is not a remediation firm. We do not have that conflict of interest. You can trust the integrity of our staff and services. More

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For many people, mold is one the first health exposures that comes to mind. Asthma and other respiratory illnesses have increased dramatically over the last decades. Insulation, better windows, improved caulking, and high efficiency heating equipment have greatly reduced air exchanges in the home. Finished basements and interior water drainage systems have added to the mold risk in a home. Imagine a sponge that is wet most of the time. It will very quickly grow mold. In many homes, carpet pad, carpet, furniture, drywall and many other items in a basement are wet just like a wet sponge. Mold testing will identify the types of mold in a home and an assessment is the next step that may be performed to determine causes and suggest solutions for mold. We serve Pittsburgh and Western PA performing mold inspections.

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