Lead & Mold Testing for Suffolk County, Nassau County & New York, NY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you need a lead

paint or mold

inspection?

 

 

 

 

Lead: 
Your home was built before 1978. 
Do you have young children? 
Planning a renovation?
Poor paint conditions?
Old painted windows?

Mold: 
Do you have musty odors? 
Past or present leaks or floods? 
Visible mold or staining? 
Allergy or asthma irritation? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Servicing All 5 Boroughs
and Long Island

 

Lead and Mold Testing

Since 1995, Enviro-Test Inc. has been providing professional lead-based paint services and mold inspections.

We offer inspections, paint testing, risk assessments (dust, water, soil analysis), and pre- and post-renovation consulting. We serve all five boroughs of New York City and Long Island and also offer our services in all 5 boroughs and Long Island.

We use the best technology available for our testing services, including X-ray fluorescence technology that is non-destructive. Certified laboratories provide professional and accurate analysis for us. If you believe you might need a lead paint or mold testing, call us today to get started.


Enviro Test Inc.
is locally owned and operated and has been providing honest and reliable Services in Amityville, New York - as well as in Long Island, Westchester, the 5 Boroughs and the surrounding areas since 1995!

Enviro Test Inc. maintains a consistently higher level of responsiveness and customer service, providing customers with the best quality workmanship at competitive prices.

Please contact us today at (631) 521-7743. We look forward to speaking with you and learning more about how we can serve you.

 

We perform professional lead paint or mold inspections for all kinds of sites.

 Enviro-Test Inspects

 

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 Apartments, single/multi-family homes

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Schools

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 Low & high rise developments

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Construction Sites

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 Daycare centers

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All types of structures prior to the disturbance of painted surfaces