How can we help your home or work environment be a safe place?

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The first step is to complete the Indoor Air Quality Check List.

The completed questionnaire then is carefully reviewed. A thorough physical inspection and Indoor Air Quality Evaluation of your home or building are performed utilizing highly sensitive air quality testing equipment. We now will be able to provide an accurate assessment of the quality of the air you breathe in a comprehensive easy to read report.

What are some of our qualifications?

As an Indoor Air Quality Environmentalist we will evaluate:

Allergens, such as mold, dust mites, pet dander, pollen, and dust.

Toxic Gases

Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOCs)

TVOCs are a large class of chemicals which are found in air. VOCs are used in many household products and industrial processes. Several VOCs commonly found in indoor air are extremely toxic, having been linked to cancer and other negative health effects. Examples of hazardous VOCs linked to cancer include benzene, tetrachloroethylene, chloroform, and 1,4-dichlorobenzene.

Airborne Particulates

Humidity and Moisture Intrusion

As a Licensed Home Inspector, we are trained to identify many issues which can contribute to poor indoor air quality.

A few examples would be:

1. The topography of the building site.

2. Leaks in the roof, foundation, improper pitch, hydrostatic pressure are all contributors to water intrusion.

3. Improper running mechanical systems such as furnaces which can give off elevated carbon monoxide levels. Malfunctioning chimneys. Air conditioning systems which are not removing enough humidity. Ineffective filters.

4. Poor ventilation.

As a Licensed Pest Control Technician, we are trained to identify insect and rodent infestations. Cockroach waste and carcasses as well as rodent urine and droppings are a known asthma trigger.

As a Certified Mold Technician we will evaluate and if needed test your environment for mold. We do air sampling, bulk sampling, swab samples and carpet evaluations.

Most homes have more than one source that contributes to indoor air pollution:

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