For General and For Compliance
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality is one of the most important aspect of the indoor environment in any building occupied by living beings. There are many factors that may affect the indoor air quality of buildings. It is necessary for any life form to have an acceptable level of indoor air quality. Home owners, employers and other occupiers of any buildings should test the indoor air quality in their homes on regular basis.
Employers are required by law, to provide a safe working environment for their employees. It is the responsibility of any and all employers to engage in air quality assessment to ensure safe working environments for all.
General Indoor Air Quality
(Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen levels, and more)
Mould spores Testing
Asbestos PCM Testing
Airborne Particles Testing
(Dust particulates, Formaldehyde, Lead, Hydrocarbons, Volatile Organic Compounds)