Many people find themselves at risk for health problems, arising from exposure to mold, allergens, radon, or other environmental hazards that threaten clean air quality.
- EPA ranks indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health.
- According to the American College of Allergists, 50 percent of all illnesses are either caused by, or aggravated by, polluted air.
- Exposure to dust mites, cat saliva, animal dander, and mold is estimated to cause at least 200,000 emergency room visits by asthma patients each year.
- Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States.
- Allergic reactions can be immediate or occur after multiple exposures over a period of time.
- 37 million Americans suffer chronic sinus problems caused by mold exposure.
- Asbestos and lead continue to be problems in many structures.
- 1 in 6 people suffer from common allergens that can be found in their home or place of work.
- Carbon monoxide can affect the cardiovascular and the central nervous systems.
Testing for Mold
Mold is literally a growing concern. National media attention has alerted the public to the destructive and possibly toxic dangers of hidden mold spores that could affect their family’s health and their homes. EPA studies indicate that air levels of indoor pollutants may be two to three times higher than outdoor levels. Mold, the most dangerous offender of all, often goes undetected because if its invisibility. Most people spend as much as 90% of their time indoors and ate not aware of the health hazards created by this pollutant. You owe it to yourself to minimize exposure to mold spores in the indoor environment, test for mold today.
Indoor Air Quality, Mold & Environmental Services Provided:
- Allergen Testing and Consultation
- Bacteria Inspection and Testing
- Sick House, Building Syndrome Testing and Consultation
- Volatile Organic Compounds (V.O.C.) Testing
- Clearance Testing
- Disinfecting and Sanitizing