Mold Testing near me


Keep your family safe and protect your investment with state-of-the-art mold testing.

Radon Testing near me


Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that can easily go undetected, potentially causing long-term health effects.

Asbestos Testing near me


Planning on renovating a structure built before 1978? Have it tested for asbestos to prevent exposure to this serious health risk.


Mold Testing near me
Mold Testing in Carbon County, PA
Mold Testing in Montgomery County, PA
Mold Testing in Bucks County, PA
Mold Testing in Chester County, PA
Mold Testing in Berks County, PA

You can expect a thorough examination from Breathe safe testing of your property's condition to determine whether it has abnormal mold contamination or the potential to grow mold in the future. The inspection is conducted with state-of-the-art inspection and sampling equipment.

Evaluate existing mold damage in the property

Investigate conditions that may be causing mold to grow

Identify items that may need repair or replacement

Identify moisture intrusion areas

Why should I get mold testing and inspection?

Your home is where you and your family should be safe from harmful toxins. It is also one of the biggest investments you will ever make. A mold inspection and testing can help provide valuable information about the air you are breathing and the investment you are considering or own.

A professional inspection can also give you the information needed to help protect against unknown or costly repairs that may not be obvious to the untrained eye.

Testing is also a great report to furnish your doctor so they can help monitor your family’s health. Having a completed test is a great tool for health care providers for aiding in the current treatment of your health.

Signs your pet might be inhaling mold

Symptoms of mold inhalation in your dog

  • Respiratory distress: rapid breathing or breathing that takes more effort than usual.

  • Nasal discharge

  • Coughing, wheezing, sneezing

  • Lethargy

  • Bleeding from the mouth and/or nose


Radon Testing near me

Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that can easily go undetected, potentially causing long-term health effects. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), radon is the number one leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. Overall, it is the second leading cause of lung cancer, responsible for about 21,000 deaths each year.

Breathe Safe Testing offers third-party testing as well as preventive maintenance testing for both homeowners and realtors in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Contact Breathe Safe Testing for quick reliable, and knowlegeable testing.

How Radon Enters Your Home

Radon in the soil

Radon in well water


Radon in ground water

Cracks in the foundation

Sump Drainage

Cracks in Foundation


Fractured bedrock

5 Things You Should Know About Radon

  • Radon is the #1 cause of lunch cancer in non-smokers in the U.S.

  • Radon is found everywhere in Pennsylvania.

  • Testing is the only way to know if your home is as risk.

  • Testing is easy and inexpensive.

  • 40% of PA homes have radon levels above recommended safe levels.

“Radon will kill over 100,000 people in the next five years and impact countless others. While it is naturally occurring, radon accumulates to unhealthy levels indoors and must be addressed. Fortunately, the public is becoming more aware of its impact and taking the steps to test and fix their homes.”

Ryan Richie

HealthWay Home Products

Asbestos TESTING

Asbestos Testing near me

Asbestos can pose a serious health risk to you and other inhabitants of your home or business. If the structure was built prior to 1978, you could be at risk of exposure to banned asbestos products that were used in many aspects of building construction prior to 1978.

Breathe Safe Testing can provide you with information and certified testing and inspection to help you make the best decisions about renovating for the purpose of remodeling and upgrading or mitigating to clear your home of harmful asbestos products.

Asbestos garage roof
Asbestos backing on floor tiles
Asbestos insulation in attic
Asbestos insulation around pipes
Asbestos Clean Up

When should I have my home or office tested for asbestos?

  • When any building material you suspect contains asbestos is identified or disturbed.

  • Before any emergency services are performed on properties built before 1978.

  • Before any renovations or demolition work on properties built before 1978.

  • If you are buying, selling, or renting a premise built before 1978.

Need testing today?

Emergency same-day testing available

Breathe Safe Testing - Mold, Asbestos, Radon
  • 267-454-8855


  • @breathesafemoldtesting

Serving Southeastern PA including Berks, Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Lehigh, and Carbon counties.