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indoor air quality


The quality of indoor air is not only important for the comfort of building occupants at a workplace or home setting, but also for their health. Good indoor air quality means comfortable temperature and humidity levels, an adequate supply of fresh outdoor air and the control of pollutants from inside and outside the building.

Poor air quality can lead to headaches, fatigue, trouble concentrating, irritation to the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs as well as other health complaints. Seniors, the young and individuals with existing medical conditions are most susceptible to the effects of degraded indoor air quality.

There is no single test to identify IAQ issues - after an initial consultation to better understand your concerns and site conditions, Access will provide you with a workplan and cost to undertake an IAQ assessment that is suited to your needs. The assessment can range from a simple program to monitor basic air quality parameters such as temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and total volatile organic compounds to a more comprehensive assessment to identify water damage and mould growth. To aid in the investigative process, this may include the collection of bulk and/or lift samples of building materials suspected to be impacted by mould growth as well as sampling for airborne fungal elements.

Based on our findings, you will receive a detailed report that summarizes our methodology, findings and provides you with recommendations to improve indoor air quality at your facility or home.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss how we can help you.

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