Benefits of Using MBL for Mold and Bacteria Testing Services
- Consults with you on the most appropriate test methods to use for your samples, or what samples may be appropriate for a given investigation. Inappropriate test methods or samples cost more money and give results that may be difficult to interpret or defend and subsequently a waste of resources. In most cases, simple tests for mold and bacteria analysis that cost less are good enough and the results are easy to interpret.
- Provides prompt, accurate mold and bacteria testing. We understand delayed decisions while you await laboratory results cost money.
- Provides you with data interpretation (if required) and relevant technical information. We don’t just list molds and bacteria that were identified.
- Provides services after working hours. We understand on-time completion of projects is critical to your business.
- Provides free unlimited after-sales consultation. As our client, you enjoy unlimited help by sending your questions by email to our Help Desk. For immediate assistance, our clients are free to call our helpline at 905-290-9101.
Types of Mold And Bacteria Testing
Mold testing services include analysis of:
- non-viable air samples (Air-O-Cell, VersaTrap, Micro 5, cyclex D, LARO-100, pcm cassettes),
- viable air samples (RCS, Andersen, etc),
- direct microscopic and culture analyses of bulk samples (drywall, wallpaper, pieces of carpets, insulation material, dust, wood and other matrices),
- tape-lift and swab or wipe samples.
Who We Serve
- Hospitals/health care facilities, schools, banks, libraries, museums, Insurance, real estate and legal professionals involved in mold and bacteria issues
- Certified mold Remediators (CMR) and Certified Mold Inspectors (CMI)
- Environmental engineering and construction firms
- Industrial and occupational health consulting firms
- Building demolition/restoration contractors
- Homeowners and commercial building managers
- Home inspectors
We help troubleshoot mold/bacterial problems in residential buildings, industrial settings, hospitals, and offices.