Cox Environmental - Who We Are

Cox Environmental was formed in 2011 by father and daughter team of Jim Cox and Stacy Price, both of whom have extensive experience in the environmental testing industry. Cox services include comprehensive inspections for mold, radon, residential asbestos, and meth residue testing throughout the state of Oklahoma, providing peace of mind with a personal touch for all clients.

With years of experience, our inspector, Jim Cox, has performed inspections on over 3,000 properties throughout the state of Oklahoma. Jim is a Micro and MLCC Certified Inspector and has exceptional reviews from his extensive list of past inspections, including residential homes, and multi-family units, churches, hospitals, schools, casinos, retail stores, city properties, office buildings, and large government contracts. Most notable, we regularly perform Air Quality inspections for many major hospitals, schools, universities, and government buildings in the Tulsa area.

You can always count on Jim’s kindness, patience, attention to detail, and promptness. Stacy's warm and outgoing personality makes all clients feel at ease and ensures everyone receives the highest quality and respect. Their combined expertise assures all clients that they will be provided timely, accurate, and professional service.

Jim is a graduate of Nathan Hale High School and The University of Tulsa, spending nearly 20 years in the natural gas industry prior to entering the air quality business. He is the proud father of daughter, Stacy and son, Ryan. He is an avid sports fan, enjoys playing golf, and loves his 3 dogs, Luke, Stella, and Murphy. His biggest pride and joys are his two grandsons, Hudson and Colin.

Stacy is a graduate of Bishop Kelley High School and the University of Tulsa. She loves to exercise, enjoys traveling, and can mostly be found happily spending time with her husband, Jeremy, and their two adorable sons, Hudson and Colin.

A Certified Mold Inspector (CMI) is a specialist who has been professionally trained to assess both the presence of microbial contamination, and the source of any underlying moisture intrusion.

The CMI certification recognizes the Certified Mold Inspector as having exhibited a proficiency of knowledge required to perform a professional microbial assessment, identify underlying moisture problems and properly perform bioaerosol assessments within the guidelines and protocols as developed by the American Conference of Governmental and Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and additional references as listed in the MICRO CMI course materials.

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Contact Us:  918-970-6606