Air Testing
Air Quality Testing and Mold Sampling

Simple air quality testing and mold sampling can help determine the health of your home. Testing your air for allergies and pollutants is one of the best ways to maintain a healthy environment and keep yourself healthy! Over-exposure to indoor air menaces can become detrimental to your health long-term, so it is important to take the necessary steps and preventative measures to ensure a healthy, safe environment.

Good indoor air quality should not be confused with cleanliness or hygiene! A visibly clean home or office can have many air quality issues that are difficult to rectify if not properly identified. Keep in mind there is a difference between an air quality test and a mold sampling test. The indoor air specialists at Midwest Enviro Solutions can do both! An air quality test gives you a general idea of the health of your home, while an air sampling test is sent to our lab to identify the species of mold in your home under a microscope.


Identifying the primary cause of your poor indoor air quality is key. Making an informed decision on next steps in your air quality journey requires the correct data and test results. Exposure to harmful air pollutants can happen in any environment. The air quality in your home OR workplace can potentially become compromised with unhealthy airborne contaminants. Take the next step in your safe environment journey today!

Did you know:
- 50 million people in the United States have allergies? 32 million developed allergies from their home or workplace! (Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America)
- Allergic reactions are also one of the most common health issues for children in the United States?
What is an Allergy?

When your immune system reacts to a foreign substance, it is called an allergen. An allergic reaction happens when the body is exposed via eating, inhaling or touching the allergens.

Allergy control begins within your environment. The air quality in a home or workplace plays a significant role on a person's allergies or asthma. So, the more allergens in the home, the higher risk of asthma and possible respiratory infections. Mold, for example, can lead to allergic reactions, asthma, and other respiratory ailments.

There is only so much one can do within their home or office space to free it of harmful contaminants. Hiring professionals like Midwest Enviro Solutions allows for a complete assessment of your indoor air quality with an air test, and we develop a customized plan to help ensure a healthy space.

How long does an air test take?
It takes around 30 minutes to 1 hour for the average inspection and air test. Turnaround time for air testing results is 24 hours.
In-House Lab

Midwest Enviro Solutions is equipped with our own in-house lab? We pride ourselves on quick turnaround times and a detailed analysis of your indoor air test, which is why test results usually only take around 24 hours. We take special care in instrument calibration and sample handling to produce accurate and reliable results.