Orange County IAQ Consultants
With years of experience and training, A+ Indoor Air Quality Consultants provide a comprehensive investigation and documentation service. We investigate moisture problems and do indoor air quality testing in homes, offices, medical facilities, schools, commercial buildings, municipal buildings, industrial and manufacturing facilities. We do this using state of the art testing methods and equipment.
Thru out the Orange County area our specialists provide on site investigations and testing for water intrusion, mold, allergens, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ethylene, butane, methane, volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), formaldehyde, ammonia sulfide, ammonium hydroxide, radon, legionella, asbestos, lead and other heavy metals.
Today’s buildings are more energy efficient and and tighter – with less air circulation. Building materials such as drywall, fiberglass insulation and carpet support mold growth in a warm environment. Synthectic materials and particle board are being used more and more in our furnishings. For this very reason more mold and biological contaminants are in our homes, offices, and factories than ever before.
Our Standards of Practice for air quality investigations detail the need for building systems inspection, identification of chemical and biological pollution sources, evaluation of thermal and air ventilation conditions, and the development of an exposure hypothesis. Air testing is conducted to demonstrate and confirm the hypothesis. Air contaminant testing may include testing for mold, bacterial agents, chemical contaminants such as volatile organic compounds (VOC), formaldehyde and pesticides, and various particulate parameters such as asbestos, fiberglass and silica.
We do NO remediation! That would be a conflict of interests. A+ Inspections provides indoor air quality testing for our clients as an objective third party. All test results are for our clients use exclusively.
If you or someone else in your home or office is suffering from headaches, dizziness, itching and burning eyes, nose or throat – It would be wise to call for a professional indoor air quality assessment.