VOC TESTING

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WHAT IS VOC?

Volatile Organic Compounds are carbon based chemicals that evaporate at room temperature. Theses chemicals start off as either a solid or liquid and evaporate as a gas. VOC’s are sometimes suspected through their strong odors, where some are completely odorless. To ensure that your home is free of VOC’s be sure to get the proper testing done by a licensed professional.

HOW WE TEST

Our VOC testing machines take very in-depth samples that can test in the air for many different chemical compounds. The test results will be available in 1-2 weeks and will be presented with a detailed report along with an explanation of what chemicals are present.

Different types of voc:

  • Acetone
  • Formaldehyde
  • Toluene
  • Methylene Chloride
  • And More

Unexpected indoor allergens:

  • Paint
  • Fossil Fuels
  • Caulks
  • Vinyl
  • Carpets
  • Adhesives
  • Composite Wood
  • Air Fresheners
  • Disinfectants
  • Moth Balls
  • Smoke

WHY CHOOSE US for VOC Testing

Our team has the knowledge and up-to-date tools to safely navigate the mold contamination in your home. We perform thorough inspections and critical testing to provide you with the best solution. Air Quality Assessors follows a strict protocol for safely identifying the mold issues in your home.

If you suspect mold, it is best to call our licensed professionals at Air Quality Assessors to schedule an appointment. We will thoroughly inspect the property and let you know if the mold needs to be removed and how to remove it.

Be sure to perform preventative maintenance and monitor common areas where mold can grow. Mold likes to lurk in basements and cellars, especially after flooding. The areas under sinks, showers, and refrigerators are also prime areas for mold growth. Pipes behind walls, and under carpet and floorboards are areas to look out for as well. Other areas to monitor include leaking windows, HVAC units, attics, crawl spaces, garages, and roofs. Any piles of wet newspapers or cardboard boxes can also house mold.

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