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Indoor Air Quality Testing

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) can have a major impact on the health for you and your family. Unfortunately, mold can have a serious impact on your overall health.


However, beyond what comes in from the outdoors, your home’s air quality can also be impacted by mold. Here’s some more information about what could be polluting your indoor air and how to find it and eliminate it.

Testing for Mold

Mold can be a frightful term, however it's a typical reason for poor indoor air quality, excessive humidity and or moisture problems. When determining if mold is present within your indoor air, indoor air quality testing is considered the most logical approach to confirm or deny mold. 

With a Mold Spore Level Guide close by, you can see exactly what air you are breathing in that may be affecting your health.

Hudson Mold, is the industry leader in Indoor Air Quality testing. 

What May a Test Find?

Using the latest devices and state of the art equipement, which are calibrated and tested to ensure they’re in calibrated and in working order, Hudson Mold, achieves the most accurate results.


When performed correctly, an indoor air quality test reflect the presence of mold and identify the type. Certain types of mold, like Stachybotrys or “black mold,” is the most toxic of all.

The Testing Procedure

Using state of the art equipment, Hudson Mold takes a 10 min sample at 15ML for a total of 150ML. Are cartridges are overnighted to a lab and results are produced within 1-2 business days. 

The Indoor Air Quality tests more many air pollutants such as:

  • Insect parts/fragments

  • Dust Mites

  • Dust

  • Pollen

  • Salt Crystals

  • Amorphous organic debris

  • Cellulos fibers

  • Charred wood framents

  • Charred plant debris

  • Cottom fibers

  • Synthetic Fibers

  • and more!

The standard test will provide you with information on:

  • The amount of mold spores in the air

  • The types of mold spores identified

  • Hyphal fragments (mold fruiting structures)

Finding Additional Contaminants

Hudson Mold tests for additional particles think (insect parts, mites, cells, and hair) and non-biological contaminants (think glass fibers, starch particles, synthetic fibers, and cellulose fibers).

If you are looking for multiple tests, you can reach out to Hudson Mold for a custom-tailored package.

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