Michigan Air Quality Testing Services
An air quality test determines the indoor air pollution level and specifies the types of mold and other air particles in the environment.
The indoor air quality has effects on health including asthma and allergies, testing air quality in home and office can help prevent disease. Test samples are collected on site, work is done in nationally certified laboratory and results are double checked by two different technicians to ensure accuracy. Detailed lab reports. Standard air test results are delivered within 4 business days, cultures take 7 days. We also provide surface mold testing and mold inspections.
Feel sick at home, but better elsewhere?
You probably have an indoor air quality problem.
You’re not alone. 80% of the homes we’ve tested don’t meet safe indoor air quality standards. But don’t panic – We can help you improve your air quality simple as 1, 2, 3
There are many reasons it makes sense to test your home’s air for chemical pollutants that can affect your health and well-being and that of your family. You may feel sick at home, but feel better when you’re at work or outside. You may have young children or are preparing to start a family. You may have asthma or COPD. Or you may have elderly parents living with you. One of the biggest reasons should be the fact that over 80% of homes we’ve measured don’t meet minimum guidelines for healthy air quality!
benefits of testing the air quality of your home
The EPA has declared that indoor air quality is a greater health hazard than outdoor air pollution, with pollutants being up to 100 times higher indoors than outdoors. Whether you know it or not, the air in your home can contain harmful chemicals from numerous sources that could make you feel sick or make asthma and other health conditions worse.
Many of the most common products in our homes – even those we use to clean and freshen our air – are prime sources of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Even the materials our homes are made of can sometimes release harmful chemicals into the air, like formaldehyde. These VOCs “off-gas” continuously over time, sometimes for years. And the age of a home doesn’t matter when it comes to VOC contamination. In fact, newer more energy-efficient homes don’t breathe properly and sometimes are more polluted than older homes. The bottom line is when enough of these chemicals are emitted into your home’s atmosphere, it can cause irritation, breathing trouble, and illness.