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Why choose Certified Indoor Air for Mold Testing?

Some states require licensing and uphold certain standards when it comes to mold inspection, mold testing, and mold remediation.  Unfortunately, North Carolina is not one of these states.  The ACAC is an organization that seeks to standardize the industry and ensure that those that are providing these services have the knowledge and experience to do the job right.  Certified Indoor Air is one of the few mold inspection companies in North Carolina that is certified and meets the stringent standards set forth by the ACAC including rigorous testing and continuing education coursework to maintain certification.

While it is already illegal in many states, the ACAC has recommended nationwide legislation meant to protect homeowners from the conflict of interest that arises from companies performing both mold testing and mold remediation services.

        1) Mold testing and microbial investigation, assessment, remediation, abatement and consulting services shall be 

            performed by individuals who are certified by the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) or another 

            national, non-profit certifying body which:

                a) is accredited by the Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB) and/or the American

                     National Standards Institute under ANSI/ISO/IEC 17024, and

                b) is wholly independent from training organizations, membership organizations and industry trade associations.

        2) Individuals shall not conduct mold or microbial investigations, assessments or consultations for a period of one 

            year on projects for which they have conducted remediation or abatement services.

        3) Individuals shall not conduct mold or microbial remediation or abatement activities for a period of one year on

            projects for which they have conducted investigations, or assessments

Why test, and why test independently?

When a mold remediation company comes to your home to do an inspection, they have a vested interest in finding mold and selling you their remediation services.  Our company performs thorough, professional mold inspection and testing services only.  This way, YOUR best interest remains our top priority.  If, after our inspection and testing is complete, we find no sources of significant or dangerous mold growth, our recommendation will be that no remediation is necessary.  If we do find areas that need to be addressed with remediation, we will provide a written report with recommendations and protocols needed to resolve your issue, nothing more.

Secondly, if you have already had remediation work done on your home, how do you know if the problem is actually resolved?  Many sources of water intrusion and mold lie hidden behind walls, in ventilation systems, attics, under carpet, etc.  It is important to have independent mold testing done post-remediation to ensure that your remediator a) used proper containment, not cross contaminating your entire home making the situation worse than before, and b) did a thorough and complete job removing the source of the problem.  This documentation can be especially valuable if you are working with your home insurance company.

Our team of Indoor Environmental Professionals aim to provide the most accurate and unbiased information possible to our clients.  Your health and safety will always be our priority, guaranteed.


David Dolch

Certified Home Inspector (InterNACHI)

Indoor Environmental Professional

Certified Mycotoxin Inspector

David holds a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the University of Wisconsin and a Master's in mathematics from NC State.

He is passionate about the field of mold inspection and improving indoor air quality.

David works with and trains under some of the top mold experts in the country.  His background in foundation mechanics and building inspection allows him to provide valuable insight into not only where water damage is located, but why it occurred and how to address it.  He stays up to date on the newest technology, testing, and practices to improve the accuracy and quality of mold inspection, both residential and commercial.


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William Dolch

Certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE)

(Accredited through ACAC)

Since receiving his real estate license in 1978, Bill has been in the property management business.  He manages both single and multi family dwellings.

He became interested in the wide ranging impacts of indoor mold after one of his loved ones developed mold illness as a result of a water damaged building.  Bill founded Certified Indoor Air and has been dedicated to helping his customers achieve clean, healthy air in their own homes ever since.


Brian Dolch

Indoor Environmental Professional (IEP)

Brian holds a Bachelor's degree from Illinois State University in Public Health.

His hands on experience with carpentry and HVAC knowledge makes him a valuable member on our team of Indoor Environmental Professionals.


Dan Dolch

Indoor Environmental Professional (IEP)

Dan has a Mathematics degree from Illinois State University. 


He has collaborated on over 500 Certified Indoor Air Investigations since joining the team.  Dan has mold sensitivity and will take extra precautions to protect himself and you while in your home

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