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Indoor Air Quality Testing by Inspired Indoor Air
There’s no need to fear your home. Your home should be a space you’re comfortable in, and the air quality of your home can influence that. Many people don’t think about their home’s air quality. However, it’s essential that you consider it. Clean and healthy air is the best way to prevent all types of health complications. Air filled with mold, spores, bacteria, fine particles or dangerous gasses can lead to flu-like symptoms, allergies, or worse. The worst part is that you may not even know that the air inside your home is dangerous.
That’s why Inspired Indoor Air offers indoor air quality testing. Steve Hergott leads our indoor air quality testing. Hergott, a 40-year professional, has an engineering degree from Cornell and wrote a book focused on indoor air quality. If you think you need an indoor air quality test, you need to talk to the best in the business. You’ll feel relief just by calling.
How Do I Know If I Have Poor Indoor Air Quality?
Our Air Quality Testing Services
Air Sampling:One of the most effective methods of determining a home’s air quality is a broad air sampling. Air sampling seeks to find any contaminants in the air by sending a sample to a laboratory for analysis. Air sampling allows us to get a good idea of what may be the cause of your problems. It can be useful in detecting mold, harmful gases, dust, and microorganisms.
VOC Sampling:VOC stands for volatile organic compounds. A volatile organic compound is an organic chemical that can evaporate at room temperature. It’s the product of paints, stains, wood preservatives, and a multitude of other substances found in the home. It’s normal to have some amount of VOCs in the house. However, increased levels can lead to various health risks. We can test to see if these levels are safe or not. Formaldehyde is a VOC.
Dust is a normal part of owning a home. We’re sure you’re familiar with the weekly task of dusting tables, shelves, and ceiling fans, but sometimes, dust levels can be too much. Some homes can produce more dust than homeowners can dispose of, even with weekly dusting. You may think that you’ve dusted thoroughly, but dust particles can stay suspended in your home’s air causing allergies and respiratory complications. Our dust sampling might identify the cause of home health complaints.