Indoor Air Quality
Most people are not aware of the fact that their health symptoms are related to poor indoor air quality. When people have coughs, headaches, or even upper respiratory problems with no clear explanation, poor indoor air quality could be the culprit.
If you are experiencing something that sounds familiar, give us a call. We run a series of test that confirm or deny the presence of some of the most common contaminants and also locate the direct source. If there are contaminants, we will then make recommendations of what improvements can be made.
Step one is to determined whether your indoor air is polluted more than the air that is outside your home. We will do so by taking between 60 and 70 air tests around the home or office.
We will also ask you a number of questions about health symptoms that you and your family have been experiencing. Then we will perform a visual assessment, as the inspector’s eyes are sometime the best to see clues.
TIP: When an indoor air quality test is being performed, we know you will want to try to clean your home before the inspection, but that is the last thing that needs to be done. The indoor air quality testing needs to be performed in everyday living condition.
That is right! We are giving you permission to not clean your home for at least 48 hours before the test is performed. However, if this is not possible, please make sure that the inspector is informed of what action took place and how long before their arrival.
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