Filling in the short form below will instantly give you a set of contact details for experts in your local area who can visit your property and test the quality of the air in the building. You will be able to speak to them directly, discuss your requirement in more detail and obtain quotations. Any order you place will be placed directly. There is no middle man.
Filling in the short form above will instantly give you a set of contact details for experts in your local area who can visit your property and test the quality of the air in the building. You will be able to speak to them directly, discuss your requirement in more detail and obtain quotations. Any order you place will be placed directly. There is no middle man.
Air Quality Testing
The air we breathe needs to be as unpolluted as possible for us to feel and be healthy. The oxygen in the air is essential for animal life but the air is also made up of other gases such as nitrogen, carbon dioxide, argon and water vapour. Added to this are other chemicals and particles released by various human activities such as driving our cars, heating our homes or workplaces, cleaning using chemicals and by household appliances and building materials, to name a few. These additional chemicals and particles have the potential to affect our health and the environment and are called contaminants or pollutants. If they are allowed to build up in the air they are collectively referred to as air pollution.
Good ventilation will help to minimise the levels of some toxic substances but this may not be adequate or appropriate. Many pollutants are invisible and undetectable by the general population. Biological and particulate pollution, in addition to carbon monoxide and VOCs (volatile organic compounds) can arise from many sources including ones you may not expect such as carpeting, upholstery, computer monitors, air conditioning units, mould and so on.
Air quality testing involves monitoring, analysing and reporting on the interior air in a home, office, workplace or other commercial premises and providing remediation solutions, products and services if required. The testing will identify issues such as low oxygen, dangerous levels of carbon monoxide and hazardous levels of cancer causing VOCs, moulds, spores and damp. Levels of radon, sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, aldehydes and many more will be monitored and reported on. An air quality surveyor can identify sources of pollution such as faulty appliances, dirty or unserviced ventilation and air conditioning equipment.
A report can help you to make informed decisions about how to proceed if interior air pollution has been identified. If you are a householder or parent, a report may identify reasons why you or family members suffer from allergies in the home or why asthma is exacerbated whilst in the home. If you are an employer wanting to provide a safe and healthy environment for your staff, customers and patrons, a report will help towards achieving this and meeting legislation.
To obtain contact details of experts who cover your area and can provide air quality surveys and reports, please fill in your details above. We will instantly give you a list of people who can help you so that you can contact them directly.
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