Omaha’s #1 Mold Remediation Company

Omaha Mold Testing & Remediation

Attention Property Owners in Greater Omaha
Constant allergies, headaches, and feelings of fatigue are all signs of an airborne mold problem. Discover if you have mold in your home or business and learn the next steps to take for a healthier living space.

Uncover Hidden Mold Issues Before They Worsen

Ignoring potential mold issues can leave you with persistent health problems and property damage.

At Pure Nebraska Mold Testing & Remediation, we don’t shy away from testing the difficult, scary, or uncomfortable places. We perform air quality and mold testing in the greater Omaha area and help you determine the best course of action to remain healthy and safe in your home or office.

If you’re serious about finding a possible mold problem and are committed to fixing it, then we should talk. If you hope mold isn’t found (i.e., by a less diligent inspector) and merely want to check a box that testing and inspection was done, then you may want to consider someone else.

Accurate Mold Testing

Airborne mold is invisible and can make you, your loved ones, pets, customers, and employees sick. We collect multiple air quality samples to ensure a complete view of your current mold toxicity levels.

Fast 3rd Party Results

After gathering air samples from your home or business, we send them to a certified 3rd party lab who objectively analyzes them and sends back a full report within 3-4 business days so you can make a fully informed decision.

Effective Mold Remediation

If mold is found to be above safe and healthy levels, we will recommend remediation & prevention services. Our patented process kills mold in the most hard-to-reach spaces and keeps it from growing back.

Trust Our Strong Work Ethic and Proven Testing Method

Our testing method creates a scenario where mold will show itself. If results come back negative, you can be confident they are accurate. If they come back positive, you can trust those results and begin a plan to eliminate the problem.

We've helped numerous property owners in West Omaha, Elkhorn, Millard, Green Meadows, Downtown Omaha & nearby neighborhoods, Midtown and Midtown Crossing, Leavenworth, Creighton University area, Conestoga community, Florence, Fort Calhoun, and South Omaha.

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Professional Tips for Mold Prevention

Tip #1: Ventilate Your House

Be sure all spaces are well ventilated – this includes opening vents in unused basement spaces, confirming bathroom ventilation draws out humidity, and ensuring attic soffit vents aren’t blocked by insulation.

Tip #2: Monitor Humidity Levels

A good way to make sure you don’t have a high humidity problem is to regularly check its level. The EPA recommends indoor humidity levels between 30-50% as safe.

Simple Steps to Determine Mold Presence

  1. Schedule an Air Quality Test - Book a convenient time for our team to visit.
  2. Conduct the Test - We perform air quality and mold tests.
  3. Receive Results - We provide a detailed lab report.
  4. Discuss Next Steps - If unhealthy levels are found, we schedule a call to discuss the best course of action.
  5. Educate and Prevent - Throughout the process, we teach you about mold prevention and management.

In most cases, we recommend a whole home/business treatment to get rid of mold once and for all. Our patented dry fog method is demolition-free and takes only 5 to 8 hours instead of the national average of 5 days!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an air quality test cost?

Our standard testing price of $250 includes both air quality and mold tests. Additional samples may be recommended or necessary due to building size or other factors. Additional tests are $50 each. 

This price covers lab analysis and reporting as well, there are no additional fees.

How long will an air quality test take?

Properly conducting proper air quality tests generally takes about 2 hours for an average home. Additional time may be required due to the size of the home, or specific circumstances found within the home (e.g., crawlspaces, attics, etc.). 

How should I prepare for an air quality test?

There's not much you need to do to prepare for your air quality test. We simply ask that you keep doors and windows to the home/office closed for 48 hours prior to your test. 

Of course it's okay to come and go as needed, but please make sure that doors and windows aren't left open for extended periods of time.

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