Mould Testing and Indoor Air Quality Evaluations
Even those who keep an impeccably clean home may still have potentially unhealthy particles circulating in the air. These range from very minor irritants like dust and animal dander to major ones such as moulds and chemical vapours created by building materials or furnishings. No need to live in fear though. There’s a very simple way to know the condition of the air quality in your building. Just book an Indoor Air Quality Service with participating offices of AmeriSpec.
Although Radon is found in outdoor air, it becomes more of an issue when it enters a home through the basement walls or floor. Radon typically moves up through the ground to the air above and into your home through cracks and other holes in the foundation. Your home can trap radon inside, where the concentrations can then build up. To determine if your home has radon issues, book a radon testing session with participating offices of AmeriSpec.