Are you experiencing symptoms when inside a particular building that seem to disappear as soon as you leave? You may be suffering from “sick building syndrome,” a phenomenon where individuals encounter health issues related to the indoor environment. At Indoor Science, we understand the complexity of identifying the causes of building-related symptoms and offer a holistic approach through our Indoor Air Quality Testing service.
Why is Indoor Air Quality Testing important?
While most people are conscious of the nutritional value of the food they consume, the quality of the air we breathe often goes unnoticed. We inhale approximately 30 pounds of air daily, compared to consuming only 3 pounds of food. The components of the air we breathe have a significant impact on our health. Pollutants such as formaldehyde, radon, asbestos, mold, dust mites, pollen, carbon monoxide, flame retardants, VOCs, pesticides, and Legionella can lead to various health issues ranging from allergies to serious diseases.
Given the amount of air we intake and the potential health impacts of pollutants, it is crucial to pay attention to indoor air quality. At Indoor Science, we believe that taking care of the air we breathe is just as important as maintaining a healthy diet. Our Indoor Air Quality Testing service allows you to identify and address potential air quality concerns to create a safer and healthier living or working environment.
What sets Indoor Science by Saniservice apart?
At Indoor Science by Saniservice, we take a comprehensive approach to indoor air quality assessments. Our process begins with a thorough understanding of the building and its occupants. We conduct a detailed visual inspection of both the interior and exterior, looking for common indicators of air quality problems that might be overlooked. This includes identifying efflorescence, water stains, properly vented combustion appliances, and window condensation.
We also measure various indicators to assess the operation of the building, such as carbon dioxide levels, temperature, relative humidity, and surface moisture. These measurements help us develop a preliminary explanation for the air quality concerns.
In cases where further investigation is required (testing for indoor air quality), we may recommend diagnostic tests such as air, surface, dust, or bulk sampling. These samples are sent to a laboratory for analysis, providing a deeper understanding of the specific contaminants present. By conducting a detailed inspection before sampling, we can focus on the actual problem areas and reduce unnecessary analysis costs.
Our goal is not only to diagnose air quality problems but also to provide cost-effective solutions. Unlike some companies that sell products or remediation services, we offer unbiased recommendations to avoid conflicts of interest. We prioritize your well-being and aim to provide you with the most effective and practical solutions for your specific indoor air quality concerns.
Choose Indoor Science for Comprehensive Indoor Air Quality Testing
If you have identified specific air quality concerns, our team at Indoor Science can tailor our testing services accordingly, potentially reducing costs. However, if the issues are more complex or undefined, we recommend our comprehensive assessment, which covers common indoor air quality issues. This thorough evaluation ensures that all potential risks are identified, allowing us to provide you with a comprehensive solution.
Take control of your indoor air quality and create a healthier environment for yourself, your family, or your employees. Contact Indoor Science today to schedule an Indoor Air Quality Testing consultation. Our experts are ready to assist you in identifying and addressing any air quality concerns you may have.