We are both licensed by the state of Florida as Mold Assessors:

Edward (Ned) Marcoux FL-MRSA #2181

Darlene Marcoux FL-MRSA #3429

Mold Assessment –

To answer the question ‘Do I have a hidden mold problem?’ in my home or business or the home I want to buy. This may require taking samples if needed. Provides written report on findings and current conditions, typically 4 to 5 pages plus lab report if samples taken (typically a total of 8 to 25 pages)

Mold Remediation Protocol –

A more detailed document that includes specific remediation requirements of ‘scope of damage’ (what rooms are affected?, what walls?, how high?, contents? etc.), processes required (or recommended) ‘room conditions’ (per industry standards (including ANSI/IICRC S-520 2015 Standard For Professional Mold Remediation), floor plan, HVAC remediation requirements, lab results and more. (This generally runs about 15 to 20 pages but maybe 50 +.) A protocol helps ensure that the restoration company is aware of the total scope of the remediation. It is often required by insurance companies to ensure a restoration company doesn’t remediate more than necessary. It can help keep costs down by possibly excluding areas that through testing, are determined to be unaffected.

Post Remediation Verification (PRV) –

A ‘clearance’ test after remediation (usually before build back) to verify that the property has been returned to a condition of “Normal Fungal Ecology”. This is an important document for a property owner, that validates to a buyer (disclosure) that although there had been a mold issue, it was corrected properly and verified by an independent 3rd party. It is almost always required by an insurance company to verify the work was done properly. (Typically, 3 to 10 pages.)

SEWAGE Backflow or Contamination

Assessment, Protocol, and PRV –

Similar to mold, but testing for E. Coli and other “Fecal Coliforms”.

FIRE and SMOKE Damage

Assessment, Protocol, and PRV –

Similar to mold, but testing for residues of combustion and the toxic byproducts commonly found in a structure fire. We can also test for 2nd hand smoke residue in the air, from fire damage or tobacco use.

Allergen Testing -

Allergy and asthma sufferers can benefit from our ‘state of the art’ sampling system.

We were among the very first companies in the world to have this technology. We can provide the client (and their Allergist) with a list of up to 32 environmental allergens found in their home and/or business.

This is a 5-day test, sampling 1,000,000 (1million) liters of air. This test detects ultra-fine particles, these are particles small enough to bypass the body's defense system to go directly to the bloodstream.

Moisture Mapping –

We can help locate and identify hidden moisture issues (above the slab) from failures in roofing, plumbing, HVAC, systems, weather events, construction defects, and more.

Airborne Covid-19 Testing –

We can verify the effectiveness of a facility virus defense program. We achieve this by collecting an air sample for 72 hours, and receive a report detailing the presence or absence of the Covid-19 virus. This includes overnight shipping to the accredited lab and typically a 72-hour analysis time.

Cleanliness Testing –

We can quantify and verify the effectiveness of facility cleaning and sanitization efforts through ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) testing. This testing provides rapid (less than 1 minute) reproducible results.

Chemicals in The Indoor Air -

We can sample the air in your home or business to test for Volatile Organic Compounds (V.O.C.s), Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds (S.V.O.C.s) Microbial Volatile Compounds (M.V.O.C.s). These chemicals include Formaldehyde, Benzene, Hexane, Xylene, and many more. These contaminants enter our homes in construction materials, furnishings, cleaning products, health, and personal care products, and things often stored in the garage.

NOTE: Nearly all our investigations include recording this data:


Indoor and outdoor temperature

Indoor and outdoor relative and specific humidity (specific humidity is also known as humidity ratio)

Indoor and outdoor Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) levels

The moisture content of building materials at common water intrusion points

Our Primary Service Areas' Are

Brevard, Volusia,

Osceola, Orange,

Seminole, and Indian River counties.


Travel to other areas will be considered on request.


(321) 453-4220



Our Hours

Monday-Friday   8:30- 5:30

Closed Sat & Sun