Hawk Environmental is the premier choice in the Pacific Northwest for environmental testing and services. Our clients choose us when they want an unbiased third party and ethical speciality contractor who will provide them with the information they need to keep their building safe and comfortable. Our team combines years of expertise with cutting-edge technology and equipment for results you can depend upon to make decisions that matter.
Whether you’re hoping to make your home or business energy efficient and environmentally sound, gauge the indoor air quality in your building, identify hazards like mold, asbestos, chemicals, or meet certain industrial standards, Hawk Environmental is your ally. We’ve been helping people meet and exceed standards of health and safety for years, and we’d love to bring our custom services to your unique situation.
Our AHERA-accredited asbestos inspector will provide a thorough examination of your structure, including pre-construction asbestos testing, the testing of suspect materials, and a good faith site survey.
With our history of indoor air quality, mold, hazardous materials, and energy efficiency service in general industry, Hawk Environmental Services is skilled in the types of testing and inspection services that are relevant to this new industry.
Hawk Environmental Services offers a wide range of specialty testing, including odor investigations, chemical testing, particulate testing, toxic gas and worker-safety compliance testing.
- Inspection services:
- Visual inspection of all affected areas
- Digital photos
- Moisture testing
- Ventilation assessment
- Measurement of climate conditions (including temperature, humidity, and carbon dioxide)
- Infrared scans
- VOC testing (real-time readings in parts per billion)
Testing Areas and Services
No two jobs are the same, and different clients need different levels of service and information. Whether you are an industrial facility that needs testing of a specific factor to document your permissible exposure limits (PEL), a contractor in need of formaldehyde testing for a new LEED project, or a homeowner who has been experiencing health effects, we can create a cost-effective plan for professional, accurate inspection.