Why Get Indoor Air Quality Testing?

-The quality of our indoor air quality has become a critical factor in the health and comfort of building occupants. The World Health Organization has estimated that more than half of all asthma and allergic responses are due to indoor Air Quality Testing contaminants.

-Virtually all federal agencies in the US recognize the potential effects of poor air quality. The federal EPA, NIOSH, AIHA and ASHRAE have all published guidelines and standards to address the many health issues that can ensue from indoor air quality problems.

-Due to an emphasis on energy conservation, our buildings are tighter than ever. The use of building materials that support massive mold growth, such as drywall, fiberglass insulation and carpet, has increased dramatically. The use of building furnishings made from synthetic chemicals has also increased. The sum result has been a steady increase in the frequency of indoor air quality complaints.Type your paragraph here.




M.S. Environmental Engineering
B. S. Chemical Engineering
Certified Building Inspector Residential & Commercial MUBEC 2010-2018
Certified Professional Environmental Auditor
ACAC Certified Indoor Environmental Consultant
Certified Mold Inspector
Certified Radon Measurement Specialist MESPC260
Certified Radon Mitigation MESPC260
Specialist ISO 9001 Quality and ISO 14001 Environmental Management
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​Terry is committed to providing the most thorough and comprehensive IAQ Inspection and Testing available; using state-of-the-art assessment procedures and equipment to completely evaluate the environmental air quality of your home or business. Identification of environmental conditions which can effect you health is our target.

Indoor Air Sampling determines the type and the amount of airbourne contamination in a home. Air sampling may be necessary if the presence of mold, allergens or toxics are suspected, but cannot be identified by a visual inspection. Both indoor and outdoor air is sampled so the results can be compared to see if a problem exists.

IAQ testing consists of:

Allergen Screening
Mold/Bacteria Sampling
VOC Assessment
Formaldehyde Testing
Radon Testing
Lead Testing
Asbestos Testing 
Carbon Monoxide
Carbon Dioxide
Spray Foam off gassing Assessment
Perfluorocarbon Analysis