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Leading Environmental Consulting Services, Austin TX

GreenWorks Inspection is a Texas-based licensed and certified environmental consulting service that provides testing and investigation services for all forms of environmental contaminants, including mold, asbestos, lead, or radon, in Austin, TX. GreenWorks environmental consulting in Austin, TX, provides services to build, test, inspect, and remediate residential and commercial real estate properties. We are your one-stop solution for all your real estate environmental testing needs.

Premium Environmental Consulting in Austin TX

Homes and buildings are your most important asset, and we protect your investments by looking after their health and safety. We are the only company in Austin, TX, to offer the most comprehensive list of inspection services for all your needs. Quality is our passion. Our team of experts will ensure you receive a timely report with the most accurate results possible. With GreenWorks Inspection, you can rest easy knowing that your property will be safe and healthy for years to come!​

We are here for you if you need a real estate property testing service. Our company specializes in identifying issues before they become liabilities, and we're confident that we can help you find the solution you need. We provide solutions for:


  • Problems that arise from a contaminated site

  • Environmental site assessments for new projects

  • Demolishing an older property

  • Suspecting Harmful contaminants

  • Environmental Services We Offer


Mold Inspection And Testing

Mold inspection is done by visually inspecting the property and testing for water penetration. Visual inspection includes looking for signs of mold growth on walls, ceilings, floors, and other surfaces in the building. Testing for water penetration includes checking to see if there are leaks or dampness in a building from any source, including outside sources such as rain.

The inspector inspects for conducive conditions, including humidity, temperature, light, and air quality, before determining an appropriate course of action. Our inspector uses infrared technology to inspect the plumbing system for leaks and other problems.

The building inspector uses this technology to check each building area physically. In infrared technology, we can assess leaks in walls, floors, and ceilings from a distance. Our mold inspection includes air and surface sampling. Depending on the visual observations made, our inspectors determine the type of samples taken.

A multi-family property inspection is not just about finding problems with the structure of the building but also about finding potential issues with the surrounding area. For example, an inspector can look for possible water or sewer issues affecting your investment.

Asbestos Testing And Asbestos Survey

If you live in an apartment or building built before 1980, it likely has some levels of asbestos. There was a time in America till 1990 when asbestos was present in some buildings and products. Using asbestos in American products is legal as long as they aren't over 1% asbestos. When ACM is damaged or potentially "friable," asbestos fibers can be released into the air, making it very dangerous for your health. Testing for asbestos is important to understand its presence better so that a correct mitigation plan can be implemented. The GreenWorks licensed asbestos inspector will be able to provide the results you need and help you take action to mitigate the risk of spreading asbestos. Asbestos is a very dangerous substance and should not be present in any building. If you want to know if your office building has it, evaluate it by your local authorities using a 200-dollar meter test. That evaluation can tell you more than just whether or not you have asbestos. It can also give you runtime results on the severity of the risk if it is present. This will allow you to get a professional opinion on whether the material should be removed and, if not, how you can best maintain it to reduce your exposure risk. Visual identification is not enough to identify ACM. Testing for asbestos can only be done with an asbestos survey, aka sampling and laboratory analysis. 

Lead Based Paint Inspection And Paint Risk Assessment

Lead poisoning is a serious issue that has been around for centuries. It is still a problem in the modern world, and the effects of lead paint on children are still being studied. Lead-based paint was used in homes before 1978, when the federal government banned lead paints. Lead-based paint can cause lead poisoning and lead contamination. The most important thing to remember is that it can be difficult to tell if your home has been painted with lead-based paint or not. The most likely places to find these paints are on walls, ceilings, windows, doors, and trim. If you want to ensure that your home was not painted with this type of paint, then you should hire our GreenWorks inspector to inspect your home's exterior walls and ceilings thoroughly. Lead-based paint can be a health risk if it starts to peel, chip, chalk, or crack. The paint needs to be in good condition, or it needs to be properly evaluated and tested. GreenWorks offers environmental consulting in Austin; we provide an effective way to assess the risk of lead-based paint on surfaces such as walls, floors, windowsills, and furniture. The Lead-Based paint inspection method is a quick, non-invasive way to identify lead content on surfaces without scraping or chipping off paint layers. Lead content of every different type of painted surface is found with the help of an XRF, a handheld lead analyzer. This method is performed in a non-invasive way, which means that it does not require any scraping or chipping off the paint. The results are also instantaneous and can be performed on any painted surface easily, even if it's already been painted over with new layers of paint. Lead risk assessment is a process that helps organizations identify potential sources of lead exposure and take action. Lead risk assessment can help identify potential exposures and provide guidance on how to prevent future exposures.

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