Certified Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing for Commercial & Residential Buildings
The most important part in an indoor air quality (IAQ) survey is the performance of a good visual building inspection. We look for contributing factors such as signs of water intrusions, odors, visible mold, the building age and use, chemical storage, and areas of heat, solar and ozone degradation of building materials. We provide a complete physical for your building’s air quality.
With more than 25 years of industry experience, ET&T tests, measures, monitors and evaluates the indoor air quality in your commercial and residential building. ET&T staff members are highly trained, educated, experienced and licensed indoor air quality professionals.
ET&T’s Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing Services
- Building and HVAC inspection
- Carbon dioxide and Carbon monoxide testing
- Formaldehyde and Chemical testing
- Laser particle counting
- Dust characterization
- Allergen testing
- Temperature and Relative humidity testing
- Mold and Bacteria testing
- Pesticide testing
- Combustion gases
- Methane Gas and Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) testing
- Oxygen Levels
- Health complaint investigation
- Odor investigation
- Sewer gas testing and monitoring (Odalog)
- Infrared camera investigations and moisture testing
- Proactive IAQ plans
- Operations & Maintenance
All our Indoor Air Quality surveys are documented with a written report outlining our survey findings, testing methodology, laboratory analysis reports, data interpretation, applied industry standards, and recommendations for improvement strategies.
A proactive IAQ plan is the best way to assure good indoor air quality, improve employee relations, support high productivity, reduce absenteeism, and create a safer and happier workplace. Our team can establish a successful IAQ plan for you and can help to investigate and solve your IAQ issues.