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Effects of Poor Air Quality + Signs Your Home Needs an Air Quality Assessment

Posted in Indoor Air Quality | Mold Inspection | Radon Testing | VOC Testing on December 27th, 2019 by Ian Stevens

Indoor air pollution is a problem everywhere, though the particular pollutants vary somewhat from place to place, or even from room to room. Contaminated air can seep into any house from outside, and it can also be created by indoor sources. Possible dangers include mold, bugs, pets, construction materials and even certain consumer products. Indoor Read More »

Indoor Air Quality: What to Know About Improving the Air Quality in Your Home

Posted in Indoor Air Quality on June 17th, 2019 by Ian Stevens

Did you know that indoor air quality has nothing to do with how clean you keep your home? Did you also know that the majority of pollutants have no smell, making them undetectable? Anyone with a home can benefit from improving the air quality their family breathes. If you aren’t sure how to improve the air quality Read More »

Sick Building Syndrome

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality on December 7th, 2017 by Hunter Adams

Sick building syndrome isn’t as familiar to most people as a cold or the flu, but it can cause many of the same symptoms. The problem with sick building syndrome is that it won’t go away on its own, at least not until the problems in the building are resolved. Learn more about this health Read More »

How safe is your office airspace?

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality | Indoor Air Quality Inspection on January 20th, 2017 by Hunter Adams

Improving air quality is an important responsibility as a commercial business owner. The premises in which you operate your business from should be subjected to regular inspections and testing to ensure that there are no molds, asbestos hazards and the water is safe for use by your staff and clients. Since commercial zones face the most Read More »

How Improved Building Design May Lead to Less Mold and Better Air Quality in the Home

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality | News on February 26th, 2016 by Lindsay Haas

Builders are finding innovative ways of constructing homes that can significantly reduce the mold and air quality problems that have given headaches to so many homeowners around the country. Mold infestations can be costly, not to mention the attack on the health of the household members. Robert Weitz, founder of RTK Environmental Group, which is Read More »

Tips for Beating Winter Mold

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality | Mold Inspection on October 28th, 2015 by Ian Stevens

If you or your family members are susceptible to allergies, or simply care about mold in your home this blog post is for you. Mold is known to thrive during the wet winter months, a time when we tend to keep windows and doors closed and stay indoors more often. Below are some tips to Read More »

Are “Green” Products Polluting Your Indoor Air?

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality | Indoor Air Quality Inspection on April 15th, 2015 by Nicholas Sang

Various cleaning products often have labels that make claims such as “all-natural”, “green” or “organic”, and these claims put a consumers mind at ease as they feel they are making a more health conscious decision while at the same time often paying a higher price. A university professor recently concluded a study that investigated and Read More »

The Importance Of Commercial Radon Testing In Maryland

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality | Radon Testing on December 30th, 2013 by Hunter Adams

Workers spend many hours inside an office building, factory or retail store. Consequently, the indoor air quality will have a significant impact on their health over the years. The very same kind of air pollutants that pose problems in a residential property can present risks in any commercial space. Commercial Mold Air Inspection And Other Read More »

Common Sick Building Syndrome Symptoms

Posted in Blog | Indoor Air Quality on November 18th, 2013 by Hunter Adams

As every writer knows, personification is when we attribute human characteristics to things that are not human. In recent years, builders have used this literary device to describe structures that may physically harm anyone who enters them. The say that these buildings suffer from Sick Building Syndrome, which is when poor indoor air quality adversely Read More »