Indoor Air Quality Services
Fast, Effective and Affordable Indoor Air Quality Services
We will visually inspect for moisture and water intrusion using moisture detection technology as well as taking air and/or surface samples to check for mold spores, following the Indoor Environmental Standards Organization testing methods and procedures. Remember, you cannot rely on what you see or smell to ascertain the presence of mold! Finally, we submit our samples to an independent microbial laboratory for a comprehensive analysis.
The contaminants that may be in your home or work place and control your health and the quality of life you live...
A foreign substance such as mites in house, dust, or animal dander which when inhaled causes the airways to narrow and produces symptoms of asthma.
A domain of life existing as small unicellular microorganisms. Bacteria and viruses can lead to a wide range of ailments and infections, and thrive in damp stale environments. Without ventilation, these bacteria continue to breed.
Toxicity refers to the hazardous effect of a substance to a living system. The substance may be of synthetic (drugs and chemical solutions) or natural (waste products) origin. Toxicity is the condensation and buildup of vapors from common household products such as paint, pesticides, cleaners, solvents, adhesives, and aerosols that can be highly toxic if not properly ventilated from the home.
Toxic molds can often grow in your house (like a damp basement), inside of old books, and even clothing. The symptoms of being exposed to toxic molds are usually dizziness, fever, and in some cases, difficulty breathing. Mold needs moisture to exist. Moisture gradually destroys the things it grows on. Spores released by mold are highly toxic and can cause serious - and even terminal - health complications.
Moisture is the number-one problem in air quality control. Mold will not grow without water or moisture. Uncontrolled moisture promotes mold growth, feeds thriving bacteria and causes structural damage to the home.