MICROBIAL TESTING SERVICES
WHO WE ARE
At Reagan Environmental, we offer Complete mold testing and air quality, as well as full asbestos services including testing, project design, air monitoring, and project management for commercial and residential customers all over the Houston, Spring, The Woodlands, Conroe and surrounding areas.
Our number one priority is keeping your workplace and home a safe environment. As a licensed Mold and Asbestos Consultant, we will provide thorough inspections and surveys with the latest technology of lab tested results of provided by nationally accredited laboratory located in Houston, TX. We are committed to you and your needs by providing an accurate results and timely reports that are extremely detailed.
What is Mold?
- Mold is a type of fungus. These small organisms can be black, white, orange, green, or purple and live almost anywhere indoors and outside. Molds thrive on moisture and reproduce through lightweight spores that travel through the air. You’re exposed to mold every day. They’re usually harmless in small amounts. But when they land on a damp spot in your home, they can start to grow. They release spores that you might breathe in. If you're sensitive to mold and inhale a lot of spores, it could make you sick.
What is Asbestos?
- Asbestos is found in rocks and soil. These mineral fibers have worked well for manufacturers for many reasons. For starters, they’re flexible and resistant to heat, chemicals, and electricity. That’s why they were widely used for years to make construction materials, automotive parts, and even textiles.
-The fibers that form asbestos separate very easily into tiny pieces when they’re handled or damaged. They’re too small to see, but they’re easy to breathe in. They can build up in your lungs and cause health problems.
What Building Materials is Asbestos Found in?
- Insulation in walls and attics
- Wall paper
- Vinyl tiles used for floors
- Siding on houses
- Many more building materials contain Asbestos.
What is Lead?
Lead is a metal that’s found in nature, deep within the ground. It exists all around us too -- in the air, soil, water, and even in our homes.
In the late 1970s, the federal government passed measures to reduce the amount of lead in the environment and in the products we use. Still, it’s often found in things like paint, ceramics, pipes, plumbing materials, and cosmetics.
They are my go to guys when it comes to mold and air quality
- Tommy Johnson
Professional service, fast work, and great customer service.
- Jason Murff
Blaine is the best to work with! He answers his phone when I called, showed up on time and kept me informed during the entire process! I recommend 100%!
- Lindsey Walker