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Why Choose Air Allergen?

Your Health

There are many reports associating ingredients in the air we breathe to the onset of chronic diseases. We spend ninety percent of our time indoors. Poor Indoor Air Quality has been associateded with coughs, headaches, dizziness, Asthma, COPD, allergic reactions, sinus problems, depression, loss of energy, skin eruptions, itchy eyes, and many other diseases including cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Expert Inspectors

We’re proud to provide our customers in the Winston-Salem area with complete mold inspection and testing services. Our client’s interests are our main concern when performing any services. We pride ourselves on this fact and it is our goal to be the most trusted inspection company in Winston-Salem. If you ‘d like to book an appointment with one of our certified mold inspectors give us a call.

Our Laboratory

A complete report outlining any necessary protocols for mold removal, this helps make sure that no unnecessary work is carried out by a remediation company, thus helping you save money. Industry leading customer service and knowledge, one of our staff will always be available to answer any and all of your questions.

About Air Allergen & Mold Testing

Richard Johnson founded Air Allergen in 2003, Air Allergen and Mold Testing has pursued its commitment to helping people make informed choices regarding their indoor air quality. During that time, Air Allergen has provided inspections and remediation information to thousands of homeowners, businesses, organizations, and public agencies throughout the entire Southeast. Our website is sprinkled with testimonials from our customers. We are grateful for our many customers and look forward to serving many more in the coming years.


Expert Mold Inspection and Testing Services In Winston-Salem

Call us to talk about your issues and schedule an appointment with Air Allergen and Mold Testing. Air Allergen and Mold Testing’s inspection for mold begins with a phone discussion regarding the reasons for your concern, any health symptoms, such as asthma, allergies, headaches or loss of energy; specifics about your property; and any unusual events such as odors, visible mold or water intrusion. How much is a mold inspection for your home can be determined during this discussion. Air Allergen’s mold inspector begins with a visit to inspect your property. Based on your worries, air and dust samples are taken during the property inspection to determine how much mold is present, where it is present, how mold growth has been determined by intermittent events, what to do about it, and how to reduce mold growth in the future. Unless otherwise requested, Air Allergen and Mold Testing is most often able to schedule an appointment the same day or within 1 day of your inquiry.

Air Allergen’s Mold Inspection Report

Each mold inspection report includes:

  1. Guidelines to interpret the lab analysis for each type of sample;
  2. A summary chart of whether each sample results are within or outside of the guidelines;
  3. The significance of the sample results;
  4. The inspector’s observations about each area sampled;
  5. Suggestions to improve the inspected areas if needed;
  6. Guidance about maintaining future indoor air quality and reduce future mold growth;
  7. Concluding remarks and cautions;
  8. Information about how the mold sample guidelines were established;
  9. Remediation guidance and suggestions when remediation is considered;
  10. Studies in support of good indoor air quality;
  11. Each report includes one or more microphotographs of what was found in the samples.

Why Test The Air You Breathe?

There are many studies connecting components in the air we breathe to the onset of chronic diseases. We spend ninety percent of our time indoors. Poor Indoor Air Quality has been connected to coughs, headaches, dizziness, Asthma, COPD, allergic reactions, sinus problems, depression, loss of energy, skin eruptions, itchy eyes, and many other diseases including cardio vascular disease and cancer. Studies relating to concerns about Indoor Air Quality can also be found on our site.

If what we breathe matters, why isn’t there more focus on Indoor Air Quality?

  • Drug Companies sell Pharmaceuticals.
  • Allergists treat allergies.
  • Environmentalists focus on outdoor air.
  • Pharmacists dispense drugs.
  • Pulmonologists repair the lungs.
  • Emergency room doctors stabilize the patient.
  • Landlords minimize expenses.
  • Health Insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare pay for healthcare.
  • Few focus on measuring and correcting unhealthy Indoor Air Quality.

Call Today to set your appointment to provide you and your family the peace of mind that comes with knowing what you’re breathing.

More About Winston-Salem

Winston-Salem is a city in and the county seat of Forsyth County, North Carolina, United States.[5] With a 2019 estimated population of 251,907 it is the second largest municipality in the Piedmont Triad region, the fifth most populous city in North Carolina, and the eighty-ninth most populous city in the United States.[2] With a metropolitan population of 676,673 it is the fourth largest metropolitan area in North Carolina and is expected to keep that fourth spot for many more years. Winston-Salem is home to the tallest office building in the region, 100 North Main Street, formerly the Wachovia Building and now known locally as the Wells Fargo Center.

Winston-Salem is called the “Twin City” for its dual heritage and “City of the Arts and Innovation” for its dedication to fine arts and theater and technological research. “Camel City” is a reference to the city’s historic involvement in the tobacco industry related to locally based R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company’s Camel cigarettes. Many locals refer to the city as “Winston” in informal speech. Another nickname, “the Dash,” comes from the dash in the city’s name (although technically it is a hyphen[citation needed]); this nickname is used by the local minor league baseball team, the Winston-Salem Dash.

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