Indoor Air Quality
Improve the indoor air quality in your home or business and enjoy cleaner, fresher, healthier air
If your home or business has poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) you and your family or employees may suffer from health problems. At H2 Environmental Consulting Services we have an experienced staff that can survey, test, and work to remediate IAQ problems in both residential and commercial buildings. There are many things that impact IAQ, and in order to determine the best course of action, proper testing must be conducted by experienced professionals.
What Causes Problems with Indoor Air Quality?
- Poor ventilation
- Allergens including fungus and mold
- Other contaminants
Effects of Indoor Air Pollution
The effects of poor IAQ may be felt immediately or may not surface for many years. Some of the effects that are more immediate include nose, throat, or eye irritation, dizziness, headache, and lack of energy. Often, these immediate effects are short-lived and relatively easy to treat. One treatment is to eliminate the source of the problem. Some of the long-term effects may include heart disease, respiratory diseases, and even cancer. As you can see, working to improve your IAQ may help to prevent certain health problems.
H2 Environmental Consulting Services is Here to Assist You
When you suspect that you are having Indoor Air Quality issues, H2 Environmental Consulting Services has the expertise required to make an accurate assessment and assist you through the necessary process to improve your IAQ. We can sample for such substances as carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, ozone, Volatile Organic Compounds (Vocs) and more. Most IAQ complaints are a result of improper distribution of indoor air, such as a lack of ventilation or insufficient ventilation, or having a distribution system that actually brings pollutants from outside into the building.
If you suspect that you have a problem with your IAQ, contact H2 Environmental Consulting Services today for a consultation. We can arrange for the proper testing so that you will know whether your IAQ is adequate or if problems need to be addressed.