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Indoor Air Quality Testing in the Los Angeles and San Francisco Regions
Awareness is the first step to ensuring your home does not threaten your health or the health of your family. Having the air tested by an accredited, independent, unbiased company, can provide you with the information you need to take that first step of becoming aware of the potential of any unseen danger that may be present in your home.
What do we mean by unbiased testing? We mean having the testing performed by a company that only offers testing and does not also provide any remediation. As a result, a testing-only company does not have the potential for a conflict of interest like a remediation company would have. If you want to get honest answers about the air quality within your Los Angeles or San Francisco home, A-1 Certified Environmental Services is an excellent choice.
What is Indoor Air Quality Testing?
When the air is tested, an air quality specialist will take air samples from within and without your home or building. From there, an independent accredited lab will use specialized testing equipment to measure the pollutants in those samples. The air sampling should take anywhere from one to three hours, depending on the size of your building. After the samples are collected, they will be sent to the lab.
You will receive a detailed report listing the pollutants and the level of particles that were found within your home. We will recommend what course of action you should consider when addressing the problem.
Who Should Get Air Quality Testing?
Everyone can benefit from air quality testing. Recently, California has experienced more wild fires than ever before. Also, if you've had plumbing leaks or your home tends to have high humidity levels, you should consider having your indoor air tested. Pollutants accumulate in the carpeting and furniture. If you have a mold condition, it doesn't take long for mold to multiply and grow. You can take a lot of steps to protect yourself and it all starts with awareness. Call A-1 Certified Environmental Services to have your home, apartment or office building tested in Los Angeles or San Francisco area today.