Our expert air quality specialists diagnose the air you breathe and address your concerns immediately. We simplify complex biological, chemical, gaseous, and toxic contaminants in easy-to-understand terminology.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) declares that indoor air is anywhere from two to ten times more hazardous than outdoor air. It is the United States’ largest environmental health threat.
According to the American College of Allergies, 50% of all illnesses are caused by polluted indoor air.
The EPA informs us that 6 out of 10 homes and buildings are "sick;" they are hazardous to your health as a result of airborne pollutants.
Most people spend well over 90% of their time indoors.
Air pollution contributes to lung disease, including respiratory tract infections, asthma, and lung cancer.
Our ability to bring fully calibrated laboratory grade testing equipment to you for accurate onsite results at a fraction of the cost distinguishes us as the leader among indoor air quality experts.
Photo Ionization Detector (PID) sensors accurately log harmful concentrations of indoor carcinogens and contaminants that you are breathing.
Laser technology instantly measures tiny lung damaging airborne particles and gases that penetrate deep into your lungs and bloodstream.
Continuous photoelectric measurement for Formaldehyde, a prominent respiratory irritant and carcinogen commonly detected in newer homes, furnishings, and building materials like spray foam insulation.
Locates gas leaks in combustion appliances, such as stoves and furnaces, with sensitivity to a variety of hydrocarbons, like Cyclopentane, Methane, Propane, and Natural Gas.
September 2, 2018
The sustained New England humidity during recent months can seem unbearable. Temperatures feel hotter. We tire easily. Muggy air can make every breath a struggle. You’re not imagining these things. Humidity can take a harsh…Read more +
August 22, 2018
Bathroom germs makes you sick. Everyone knows that bathrooms are one of the most germ-riddled rooms in the home. But the places that are dirtier than your tub or toilet might surprise you. Why Your…Read more +