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UNIQUE HEALTH CONSCIOUS PROCESS
We surround ourselves with medical professionals to provide the best outcomes! Additionally, we are proud partners with many medical professionals and firms who refer us as their go-to for IAQ and IEQ!
Building Science Professionals
We staff and surround ourselves with building science professionals who are a part of continued research that focuses on next level practices and procedures to prevent poor IAQ in buildings.
We staff and surround ourselves with environmental professionals who are a part of continued research that focuses on next level practices and procedures to prevent poor IAQ in buildings.
We staff and surround ourselves with mechanical professionals who understand how to incorporate IAQ equipment into existing or new mechanical equipment. Standalone solutions are also offered.
At Indoor Air Quality Associates, we are the experts in indoor air quality and indoor environments! We provide healthy spaces and promote wellness within those spaces. We provide IAQ assessments, analytical testing services and long-term air quality monitoring. We additionally offer indoor air quality products, mission critical air purification products, air filtration products and IAQ certification programs.
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IAQ Assessments and Air Testing
We offer building evaluations with rigorous and proven methodologies to indoor air quality. We offer protocols for the continual advancement of IAQ, building hygiene, and indoor environmental.
IEQ Program Management
We offer continuous professional monitoring services with IEQ professionals that are a part of continued research that focuses on next level practices to prevent poor IEQ in buildings.
Equipment Installation and Maintenance
We staff and partner with mechanical engineers and professionals that understand how to incorporate IAQ equipment into existing or new mechanical equipment. Standalone solutions offered as well.
We offer education courses and programs for building owners and managers, communities, educational facilities, environmental professionals about continued research that focuses on next level practices and procedures to prevent poor IAQ in buildings.
HERE ARE SOME
Of all illnesses are either caused or aggravated by polluted indoor air according to the American College of Allergists. What are you and your family breathing in your home?
The United States EPA ranks indoor air quality as a top five environmental risk to public health. What are you doing to improve your home’s indoor air quality right now?
The American college of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology recommends keeping your buildings relative humidity below 50%. This stuns the life of harmful microbes, and dust mites.
Small Particulate matter under 10μ (micrometers) can get deep into your lungs and bloodstream. These particles can affect your lungs and heart according to the EPA.
Frequently Asked Questions
1Why is Indoor Air Quality an issue?
According to the National Safety Council, people, on average, spend about 90 percent of their time indoors. Of that 90 percent, 65 is spent at home and to make matters worse, those who are most susceptible to indoor air pollution are the ones who are home the most: children, pregnant women, the elderly, and those with chronic illnesses. Children breathe in 50 percent more air per pound of body weight than adults do. EPA studies have found that pollutant levels inside can be two to five times higher than outdoors. After some activities, indoor air pollution levels can be 100 times higher than outdoors.
2Can the air inside our homes be bad for us?
In an attempt to conserve energy, buildings are increasingly being constructed more and more airtight. Specific to homes, storm windows, insulation, caulking and weather stripping cracks are a few ways we have managed to keep air, hot or cold, from escaping. Unfortunately when air is trapped in a building, pollutants are also trapped.
3What are the sources of pollutants?
According to the National Safety Council, there are many sources of pollutants in the home. Obvious ones are chemicals, cleaning products, and pesticides. Less obvious are pollutants caused by such simple tasks as cooking, bathing, or heating the home. Fortunately, there are easy steps that everyone can take to reduce the potential for indoor air pollution and to improve the quality of the air they breathe.