We have a CIAQM on-staff who reviews every test report for correctness and accuracy before it is given to our client. This is an additional quality control step that sets us apart from our competitors.

Council-certified Indoor Air Quality Manager (CIAQM)
IAQ Managers understand that the factors contributing to poor IAQ are always present. These professionals are trained to control such factors in the long term by the application of administrative principles in the workplace. The IAQ Manager is a property, facilities or asset manager or a corporate policy maker who has been trained in the basic principles of indoor air quality and who can effectively administer a formal IAQ management program.

Our staff also includes a CIE who reviews every test report for correctness and accuracy before it is given to our client. This is an additional quality control step that sets us apart from our competitors.

Council-certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE)
CIE experience and training covers a wide range of disciplines, including but not limited to:

  Industrial Hygiene: The Environmental Consultant understands the sources and potential effects of chemicals and other substances in the indoor environment, from asbestos to formaldehyde to VOCs.

  Building Sciences: The Environmental Consultant understands the building envelope and has experience in the disciplines related to the design, construction and operation of buildings. These disciplines include architecture, building codes, HVAC, plumbing, insulation, concrete and building materials, weather proofing, facilities maintenance, acoustics, ergonomics, air and moisture flows, pressure relationships, temperature and humidity monitoring, infrared thermography and diagnostic air sampling.

  Environmental Risk Assessment: The Environmental Consultant understands the consequences (intended and unintended) of building design, operation and maintenance decisions and their potential to impact overall environmental quality.


Council-certified Residential Mold Inspector (CRMI)
CRMI training specializes in structural inspection of real estate for visible evidences of conditions associated with indoor mold issues and basic sampling regimen designed to confirm suspected mold contamination. The inspector recommends the services of a consultant or remediator when contamination is present.


Environmental Data Resource Certification (EDRC)

The Environmental Data Resource Certification ensures that the inspector will have the tools and resources necessary to explain an environmental report’s findings, as well as to direct and assist the American public in obtaining additional information as needed. In response to increased homebuyer and homeowner due diligence as well as expanding disclosure standards and legislation for sellers of residential property, Environmental Data Resources (EDR) offers the EDR Neighborhood Environmental Report. The EDR report is the most accurate and comprehensive environmental report available in the industry.

The American Indoor Air Quality Council (AmIAQC):
The AmIAQC promotes awareness, education and certification in the field of Indoor Air Quality by establishing credible certifications that provide lasting value to professionals, their clients and the public. The organization's goal is to serve the public interest with integrity as an independent certifying body.

AmIAQC certifications are accredited by the Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB).

Environmental Data Resources Inc.
EDR is the nation's leading and most trusted provider of environmental risk information reports. More environmental professionals, lenders, corporations, real estate professionals and government agencies rely on EDR for environmental information than any other provider. You can be confident that every EDR Neighborhood Environmental Report is backed by over 15 years of experience and the accuracy and comprehensiveness of the largest collection of local, state, and federal environmental information in the U.S.


Indoor Environmental Standards Organization (IESO) is a non-profit organization that provides a national forum for the development and publication of voluntary consensus standards for the assessment of indoor environments. As an American National Standards Institute Accredited Standards Developer, IESO's mission is to be the foremost developer and provider of voluntary consensus indoor environmental quality standards, related technical information, and services having recognized quality and applicability that promote public health and safety, and the overall quality of life.

The Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) is a non-profit, 501(c)(6) organization established in 1995 to promote uniform standards, procedures and protocols in the Indoor Air Quality industry. It's membership serves a diverse range of professions and trades including Environmental Consultants, HVAC Practitioners, Design Engineers, Restorers and Remediators, Industrial Hygienists, Building & Facilities Managers, Attorneys, Manufacturers Reps and many others in related fields.

The RespirNet is a national network of independent professionals dedicated to practicing standards of excellence in their respective specialty fields related to Indoor Air Quality.
RespirNet Associates:

  Practice their profession in strict compliance with standards and guidelines established by recognized industry trade groups, including the Indoor Environmental Standards Organization (IESO).

  Utilize only RespirNet authorized accredited laboratories.

  Subject all analytical data for review by a Certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE), a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), a Certified Indoor Air Quality Manager (CIAQM) or other industry recognized certified professional. Maintain active memberships in professional indoor air quality industry trade groups.