AMI Environmental Testing is a professional residential and commercial indoor air quality service company specializing in state-of-the-art inspections and testing of indoor contaminants throughout California, Oregon, and Washington. Our field of expertise includes mold inspections, mold testing, arsenic and bacteria testing, lead and asbestos sampling, and volatile organic compounds (VOC) analysis and documentation. Ancillary services include infrared thermography, expert witness testimony, energy audits, post-remedial testing, and third-party project oversight.

Our clientele includes owners, tenants, managers, financiers and insurers of large and small residential, commercial and industrial properties, as well as Local, State and Federal Agencies and educational institutes. No job is too small or too large.

At AMI, our services are deliberately limited to inspections, testing and reporting. It is our strong conviction that environmental inspectors should not profit from problems they discover in the course of their investigations. For that reason, we are purposely not engaged in the business of abatement or remediation. As an AMI client you can be confident knowing that our evaluations of your property are unbiased, factual and not motivated by the potential of securing costly abatement contracts.

AMI Inspectors are certified by either or both The American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) or Environmental Solutions Association (ESA)

(ACAC) is the former American Indoor Air Quality Council (AmIAQC). Council certifications are the only certifications specifically for mold inspectors that are fully accredited by the Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB).

Both ACAC and ESA are nationally recognized as the premier educational institutions for credible certifications that provide lasting value to professionals, their clients and the public. AMI's goal is to serve the public interest with integrity as an independent company solely dedicated to indoor air quality inspection and testing.