AirTestCo  Environmental Services



Over 35 Years of Experience

You have a cough that just won’t go away, or you may be experiencing itchy eyes and pressure in your ears!

Something is giving you these symptoms and it very well may be pollution of your indoor air at home or work. Our summer air here in Colorado has been plagued with forest fire smoke and ground level harmful OZONE that can infiltrate your home or office causing a number of different respiratory problems.

You may be experiencing indoor air quality issues, but our indoor air expert Joe Riley is one call away! Joe is a professional investigator with over 35-years of experience detecting and solving indoor air quality problems.

He can test for smoke infiltration, toxic mold, carbon monoxide leaks, and formaldehyde, as just a few of the pollutants that can impact our indoor air quality. If you think your home or office can be making you sick, you need to call Joe Riley! 

AirTestCo Environmental Services.

Call 720.338.4395, fill out the form on this page or visit Joe the Mold Man’s website.

Step One – Find the Problem

Master investigator Joe “The Mold Man” Riley will get to the bottom of your indoor air quality issues.

You think you smell something musty in your house, but you don’t know what’s causing it. You wonder whether that musty smell might have something to do with your constant runny nose or that cough that won’t seem to go away. You worry the air you’re breathing might be causing health issues but you just don’t know!

Joe The Mold Man will find the answers.
His most important job is to identify the source of your indoor air quality problems.

During his comprehensive investigation, Joe will search your entire house, pulling up the corners of the carpet, stepping inside of crawl spaces, peeking behind the molding on your walls, opening your furnace, checking inside your air ducts, looking for the source of your “smelly” problem, so he can give you a comprehensive report.

You will not find a more thorough investigator!

Call 720.338.4395, fill out the form on this page or visit Joe the Mold Man’s website.