Indoor Air Quality / Mold

Why is Indoor Air sometimes a problem?

Indoor air quality can be impaired for a variety of reasons - lack of adequate outside air, exhaust from vehicles, offgassing from new furnishings, or from the presence of mold.  Some individuals are more susceptible than others to these problems.


How is the problem studied?

Indoor air studies begin with a review of the HVAC system, and basic testing to look for potential sources for the complaints - measuring volatile organics, carbon monoxide and dioxide concentrations, temperature and relative humidity, and inspection of air intakes and an inspection to check for mold.  Sometimes, more in-depth studies are needed to determine the source of the problem.


Expert Services

We also provide Expert Services and our Principal is a Certified Microbial Consultant.