Toxic Indoor Air Pollution

The presence of contaminants in the air you breathe can cause a variety of reactions ranging from minor irritations to serious illnesses. Indoor pollution sources that release gases or particles into the air are the primary cause of air quality problems in homes and toxic mold spores are the most frequent area of concern for home owners.

Mold in My House?

Molds are a common cause of allergic reactions in homes and buildings where airflow is restricted. Mold spores thrive and reproduce in damp, warm, dark or steamy places such as bathrooms, kitchens, cluttered storage rooms, basements or any recently flooded areas. If mold contamination is allowed to spread, it becomes an irritant to most people and can cause severe reactions in some individuals. Property can be seriously damaged and possessions destroyed unless the cause of the contamination is addressed and the toxic infestation is eliminated.

How Do I Remove Mold?

Whether you need extensive remediation to address a mold infestation—or are simply looking for reassurance that a residential or commercial space is safe to occupy—we offer a broad range of services suited to your needs.

  • Containment barriers
  • HEPA vacuum
  • EPA registered anti-microbial wipe
  • HEPA filtered ‘air scrubber’
  • Encapsulate residual mold stained materials
  • Post-remediation clearance air sample

Indoor Air Quality Assessment

If your indoor air pollution is not clearly related to a visible mold contamination you may be interested in an Indoor Air Quality assessment (IAQ). Given the diversity of chemicals used in product manufacturing today along with an increasingly polluted urban environment, identifying the problem sometimes requires this specialized approach. Our consultants will assess your situation and craft a tailored test that addresses the specific issues present in your home.

Sensitive to Mold Spores?

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