The client is the first step to updating our consultants on the current issues the occupants and building are experiencing. This information from the client may lead to clues in identifying sources of contamination. We spend time with them on the phone and face to face to get familiar with everything we can about the present conditions of the building.


We begin with the outside looking for water infiltration points. Inside, checking all water sources and other components of the structure to distinguish any proof of noticeable water harm or mold development. We check inside the HVAC systems/ ductwork and utilize technologies such as infrared cameras and moisture meters. Allowing us to see beyond the naked eye, within wall, floor and ceiling cavities for potential source areas that could be leading to poor indoor air quality.


After the inspection is performed, our Consultant will review and discuss all the areas of concern and suspect areas of contamination. Then they will develop a sampling strategy that is specific to what was discovered during the inspection to validate the presence of mold, mycotoxins, or other indoor pathogens.


All samples are sent to third-party accredited laboratories for analysis. Upon receipt of the lab results, our team of consultants reviews the information and notes from the inspection.


After each investigation, we will put together a detailed report with pictures of observations, test results, remediation protocols and considerations for next steps.


This report is the action plan for next steps, it is very important that it is understood. We take the time to walk our clients through the report and lab results to make sure they understand what the next steps should be and answer any questions.
The information contained on this site is for informational and educational purposes only. It does not represent a health diagnosis, therapeutic recommendation or prescription for treatment. We urge you to consult and obtain medical advice from a licensed, trained, and competent medical provider for concerns with health issues.

Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)

According to Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker (a top authority on mold illness), 24% of the population has a genetic defect that makes them susceptible to chronic mold illness.

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Lyme Disease

According to CDC, approximately 300,000 people per year are diagnosed with Lyme Disease.

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Autoimmune Disease

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), approximately 24 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease, and that the prevalence is rising.

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According to Mary Arkerly, prolonged mold exposure increases the risk of being diagnosed with a mood disorder like depression by 45%.

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Like any allergy, mold allergy symptoms are triggered by an overly sensitive immune system response.

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People with asthma who are allergic to mold tend to have reduced lung function, increased hospital visits and may even die from asthma-related illnesses. 

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What we can offer you


Our board certified mold inspectors perform every mold investigation and assessment of residential and commercial buildings. During our visual mold investigation, we use a wealth of technology to identify sick building syndrome contamination, sources of mold and airborne mold contamination.


CMI is the industry leader in mold testing and black mold testing in commercial, residential, schools, hospitals and hotels. We send all samples to a third party accredited lab to provide you with the most accurate and fast results possible.

ERMI and Mycotoxin Sampling

Determining the presence and amounts of heavy metals, (such as Cadmium, Lead, Mercury, Arsenic, Aluminum), requires sophisticated equipment and training which CMI has the ability to provide.


Poor indoor air quality can be caused by many different pathogens. Our Certified Professionals have the training and background to investigate the source of the issue and understand proper testing methodologies to identify the pathogen.


CMI’s Environmental Testing includes Dust Testing, VOC (Volitale Organic Compound) Testing, Indoor Alergen Testing, Bacteria Testing, and Chemical Testing to help provide a safe environment.


CMI’s infra-red inspection allows for a non-intrusive thermal assessment to determine potential hidden moisture and water problems in areas such as finished basements, wall and ceiling cavities, ceilings, high water table areas, flood prone basements and rooms, pipe leaks, roof leaks and more.


What they say about us
We had water coming in around the front window of the study that leak to the bottom of the wall. We had no idea where the water was coming from or how the water was getting in. Certified Mold Inspections came out and with their Infra-camara they were able to show us not only the extent of the damage but more importantly how it was coming in.

Freehold, NJ

Accomplished Designer
Certified Mold Inspections was prompt thorough and professional when it came to inspecting our home. We knew we had a problem because shortly after moving into our new home both myself and our children started to experience unexplained respiratory problems. Our Doctor suggested we have are home inspected for mold. Certified Mold Inspections was able to assist us in identifying where the mold was and more importantly directing us on the proper way to remediate.

Holmdel, NJ

Web Consultant
I was so impressed with the inspection plan Certified Mold Inspection followed when inspecting our new home purchase. They were extremely thorough. They looked for mold in places that I would never have thought to look. I was provided with a comprehensive detailed report which included pictures of the affected areas, lab results and observation and recommendation summary of suggested next steps.

Ocean, NJ

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Meet our team

Steve Levy

mold inspectionsSteve Levy is the founder and president of Certified Mold Inspections, Inc. (CMI). Steve holds numerous certifications within the indoor air quality industry including: American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC), Council-certified Indoor Environmental Consultant (CIEC), Certified Microbial Consultant (CMC), Certified Mold Remediator (CMR), Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), Water Restoration Specialist, Odor Control Specialist, Certified building science level 1 Thermography (thermal imaging) from Infraspection Institute and LEED accredited professional by the U.S. Green Building council.Steve holds a Bachelors of Science degree from Northern Illinois University and has performed well over 4,500 mold specific investigations/inspections and testing projects. In addition he co-wrote and co-produced a video titled “Where’s the Mold?” (A definitive guide to finding mold in and around your home) and Co-authored a pamphlet on mold, Titled “Mold information for homeowners”.
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