Frequently Asked Questions
What are your hours of operation?
Hub Testing is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Customized time and work schedules can be created for your individual needs.
I think there is mold in my house. What is my next step?
Contact Hub Testing and speak with one of our trained technicians who can assist you in determining what kind of service is appropriate for your needs. Please refrain from using bleach. The EPA does not recommend the use of bleach because it is not proven to eliminate microbial growth, including mold.
My family and I are concerned about our drinking water and are thinking about getting it tested. Any suggestions?
Drinking water can be tested for a number of possible concerns. Hub Testing can help narrow the scope of your concerns and using the proper testing and analytical services can determine if your drinking water is unsafe or not.
Do I have asbestos in my home or office? And how do I identify it?
Asbestos was used in a variety of building products and can only be identified through microscopic examination. Hub Testing offers asbestos sampling and testing services and can determine if you have asbestos in your home or office.
Hub Testing does not recommend disturbing or testing suspected material such as asbestos unless properly trained and licensed.
I believe our home has its original interior paint. How do I know if the paint contains lead?
Lead-based paint can be identified in one of two ways. It can be tested in the home by a professional lead paint inspection (XRF) or individual paint chips can be tested in a laboratory. Hub Testing offers both kinds of testing and can determine if you have lead-based paint in your home.
Hub Testing does not recommend disturbing or testing suspected material such as lead-based paint unless properly trained and licensed.
I'm concerned with lead in my child's toys. How do find out if these toys are safe?
Lead in children’s toys is not new. Lead-based paints have been used for many years. The only way to determine its presence is to have it tested. Hub Testing provides the testing services that can determine if toys are lead-free or not.