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If you have an IAQ (indoor air quality) problem, are you being notified by an IAQ professional? There are a number of monitors in the marketplace and more coming every day. The question is, however, who is interpreting this information so you know what these elements mean in your unique indoor environment?
If you have an IAQ problem, do you know an IAQ Professional who can help? Most clients struggle with knowing who to call for indoor air quality issues. When a issue surfaces, do you call you HVAC contractor, an Industrial Hygienist or a trained IAQ Professional? Let us help you with a team of professionals who can address your specific issue.
If you have an IAQ problem, don’t you want to be connected to an IAQ Professional who has the solution? NORMI™, the National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors, trains and certifies IAQ professionals in the areas of sampling, assessment, and solutions to help clients resolve indoor air quality issues. To find a professional near you, click on “Find a Pro” to purchase, activate and monitor your monitoring system.
Indoor air is 5 to 10 times or more polluted than outdoor air and people spend about 90% of their time indoors. Air quality is essential to a healthier building. These days the building owners and the building occupants are knowledgeable about IAQ and are concerne...Read More
The air pollutants in a office building is completely different from other indoors. The usage of office supplies that emit gaseous pollutants like VOC, Formaldehyde and the fluctuation in occupancy levels in meeting rooms, conference rooms and common areas critical...Read More
Residential buildings suffer from all kinds of contaminants, especially NEW homes. That's right! Most people think that only older homes have indoor air quality problems, but new homes have elevated particulate counts, volatile organic compounds, and chemical odors...Read More
Among commercial buildings, retail buildings rank second in energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, after office buildings. The retail sector employs 15 million workers, approximately 10% of the U.S. workforce as per National Retail Federation and millions...Read More