Indoor Air Quality

Now that you are safe inside and away from the outdoor common elements, what are you breathing indoors?
Are you aware the indoor air quality could be worse than the air outdoors?

Most of us spend much of our time indoors. The air that we breathe in our homes, apartments, schools, and in our workplace can also put us at risk for many affecting health problems.

Have you experienced feeling physically or mentally different from one environment to another?

Many of these experiences may be due to elevated exposure of unknown chemicals, gases, or living organisms like mold circulating in the air you breathe. The good news is indoor air pollution is one risk that you can do something about!

What Causes Indoor Air Problems?

Indoor pollution sources that release gases or particles into the air are the primary cause of indoor air quality problems. Some of the key conditions we have encountered that initiated these gases or particle indoors are inadequate ventilation, contaminated HVAC coils, compromised or leaking air ducts, mold and mildew growth, condensation development, and water leaks. Combined with high temperature and humidity levels, the indoor air quality can become compromised and cause increased concentrations of some pollutants and produce multiple health threats.

How can we help improve your indoor air quality?

Inspector 12 will perform a complete analysis of your structure to identify sources that may contribute to the compromise of your indoor air quality. Upon identifying the problem’s source we can provide a strategic plan designed to meet your specific needs. Call to schedule an appointment today and receive our thorough inspection check list and observation report of conditions that usually contribute to an unhealthy indoor air quality.

  • HVAC coils;
  • Water leaks or structural water intrusions;
  • Air duct and vent grill contamination;
  • Condensation problems;
  • Mold development;
  • Relative humidity readings;
  • Moisture relativity readings;
  • Indoor air quality test or surface samples;
  • 48 hours test results evaluated by a certified AIAH laboratory mycologist
  • Visual vs. Thermal Inferred Image Comparison and Contrast Report.

Schedule a free air duct evaluation

Call 504-342-4909

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