Indoor Air Quality Surveys
Ensuring the Health & Safety of Your Property
Good indoor air quality means carefully regulated temperature, humidity, and an adequate supply of fresh air from outside, but it also includes the absence of potential pollutants from inside as well. The air inside homes, schools, offices, and other workplaces affects the health and comfort of your family, customers, or workers. When a problem emerges—especially a serious issue like lead, asbestos, or mold—it’s crucial that you implement a solution as soon as possible.
If you’re dealing with complaints of noxious odors, health concerns, or water intrusion issues and you need support from a quality firm that can help you identify and solve the problem, trust the environmental consulting team at American Environmental Group. Our Industrial Hygienists, Scientists, Engineers, and Regulatory Specialists can help you determine the cause of the problem, define the damages that these factors have caused, and then develop corrective actions and prevention strategies. We will work closely with you to evaluate energy conservation options, monitor construction and renovation activities, and evaluate building materials and material installation practices. Our experienced team regularly works with architects, property owners and managers, engineers, and healthcare facility operators across the country.
Reach out to us at (818) 465-5811 to learn more about how we can help you with your indoor air quality needs.
How We Can Help Your Air Quality Issues
Poor indoor air quality is usually caused by air pollution, whether it’s a single issue or numerous, simultaneous problems. Through careful research and observation, we help you evaluate external and internal pollution factors. When appropriate, we conduct an Indoor Environmental Assessment, including Environmental Sampling and Limited HVAC System Examination.
Our Air Assessments search all types of air pollution factors, including:
- Carbon monoxide
- Carbon dioxide
- Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
- Particulate matter
- Mold contaminants
We perform all sampling using NIOSH, EPA, and OSHA methods and adhere to recommended levels established by the EPA California Human Health Screening Levels (CHHSL) for Indoor Air and Soil Gas.
Don’t wait! If the air inside your home or business is causing health or comfort problems, call American Environmental Group now at (818) 465-5811 to request an Air Quality Sample and Survey.