Environmental Assessment
Think you might have an indoor air quality or indoor environmental issue?

Indoor air quality background

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality inside buildings and structures. The IAQ within a home or building relates to the health and comfort of the occupants. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns and vastly improve the occupants comfort level. Indoor air pollutants are a known cause contributing to health effects that may be experienced by occupants soon after exposure or, possibly, years later.

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Indoor environmental services

Identifying such problems related to indoor air quality issues can be quite challenging. The array of variables that exists are abundant. ETA can help you by performing a comprehensive assessment of your home or property to identify the pollutant sources. The IAQ assessment we perform will possess a thorough walk thru inspection of your property along with the collection of parameter data such as temperature, relative humidity, CO2, and CO measurements.

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Mold testing and investigation

ETA has adopted a mold inspection protocol that is designed to find any mold that exists in your home or property. We are not in the business of selling you an air quality mold test. Our objective with our mold inspection is to confirm or not if there is mold present in your home or property. We accomplish this by starting with a comprehensive mold inspection of your property. During the inspection we will utilize advanced technology such as thermal imaging cameras, moisture detection instruments and a Borescope if needed for hidden mold.

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