Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Most air pollutants found in indoor air are invisible and it is only with scientific tests and assessments that the quality of the air can be accurately known. Just as important, an Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) assessment will determine what you could be doing to resolve any problems with the air you, your co-workers or family breath, both awake and asleep.

Symptoms of poor indoor air quality are very broad and depend on the contaminant. They can easily be mistaken for symptoms of other illnesses.

The effects of poor indoor air pollutants can range from short-term effects, such as fatigue, coughing, congestion, eye and throat irritation, respiratory issues and asthma like symptoms, to long term effects, such as respiratory disease and even cancer. Exposure to high levels of some pollutants, such as carbon monoxide can even result in death.

If your symptoms lessen soon after leaving a particular room or building, your symptoms may be caused by indoor air contaminants.

Using highly specialized testing equipment, our knowledgeable investigators will visit your home or office and investigate and test for any of these critical key air quality factors:

  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Particulate
  • Humidity
  • Temperature
  • Combustible Gases
  • Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOCs)
  • Formaldehyde
  • Radon
  • Asbestos
  • Lead
  • Hydrogen Sulfide
  • Mould, and many more.

Have questions? See our video or write-up below, or just give us a call!

 

When would I require an Indoor Air Quality Test?

Most air pollutants found in indoor air are invisible and it is only with scientific tests and specialized assessments that the quality of the air can be accurately known. Just as important, an Indoor Air Quality assessment will determine what you could be doing to resolve any problems with the air you, your co-workers or family breath, both awake and asleep.

What would I look for if I thought I have Air Quality issues?

Symptoms of poor indoor air quality are very broad and depend on the contaminant. They can easily be mistaken for symptoms of other illnesses.

The effects of poor indoor air pollutants can range from short-term effects, such as fatigue, coughing, congestion, eye and throat irritation, respiratory issues and asthma like symptoms, to long term effects, such as respiratory disease and even cancer. Exposure to high levels of some pollutants, such as carbon monoxide can even result in death.

If your symptoms lessen soon after leaving a particular room or building, your symptoms may be caused by indoor air contaminants.

Reach out to IES Consulting today to see how we can help.

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