We provide indoor air quality (IAQ) testing/sampling for problems such as mold, bacteria, chemicals, fire residue, allergens, dust, bad odors/offensive smells, asbestos, lead and Building Related Illness or Sick Building Syndrome with 40 years of experience.
We are indoor air quality (IAQ) experts with the ability to investigate, test and correct IAQ problems in a wide variety of settings including office buildings, factories, warehouses, hospitals, pharmaceutical complexes, multiple family housing and apartment complexes. If employees or building occupants are complaining of poor air quality or increased illnesses as colds, flu, asthma, weakness, burning eyes, itching skin, rashes, sore throats, allergies, respiratory problems, lethargy, or headaches, there is a possibility this could be related to the building.
Our services include indoor air quality (IAQ) testing/sampling for mold and bacteria, including mycotoxins and endotoxins, that may be adversely affecting building occupants. We provide thorough inspections of buildings and HVAC systems including air handlers, filters, ductwork, crawl spaces, attics, rooftops, air intakes, and exhausts. We will identify fungal and bacterial quantities and provide a clear interpretation of how the results may impact human health. Our objective is to identify the root of the problem and offer the specific actions needed to correct the situation.
We can even inspect the interior of HVAC Systems such as filter banks, fans, condensate drip pans, ductwork, ductwork linings, air intakes, returns and diffusers through the use of boroscopes and cameras and testing/sampling/analysis of ductwork dusts and debris.
We are also specialists in asbestos testing/sampling, surveys, consulting, air monitoring specifications, project monitoring services, and expert witness.
Fires in buildings whether commercial or residential can impact occupants long after the fire is put out. Often occupants of areas not directly impacted can be adversely affected by soot, carbon monoxide and chemical decomposition. Also after full restoration, there is often concern about fire residue. We can test after restoration or in areas not directly impacted by the fire for fire residue, such as carbon, ash, VOC’s through optical, SEM, and TEM analysis.
Our indoor air quality specialists can also provide expert witness, litigation support and insurance claims assistance for issues such as mold, chemicals and Legionnaire’s disease (Legionella pneumophila), water damage, and workers compensation.
If we have the opportunity to provide an indoor air quality (IAQ) survey for your organization, we would use a step-by-step approach described in detail. At Atlantic Environmental our priority is to resolve our clients’ indoor air quality problems as quickly, efficiently and cost effectively as possible.
Contact us today at (800) 344-4414 to discuss your unique needs and obtain a complimentary, no obligation quotation for indoor air quality testing/sampling and consulting services tailored to your organization’s requirements.
Our primary service areas for mold and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) are: NJ, NY, NYC, PA, CT, DE, MA, RI, Wash DC, WI, MD, MI, IL, VA, IN, GA, AL, NC, SC, TN, TX, OK, DC, AR, we can service most other areas of the U.S. but with some added travel charges.