Indoor air quality (IAQ) can be affected by the activities in a structure, the efficiency and age of the ventilation system, and the system’s ability to adjust to outdoor air quality, temperature, and humidity.
Indoor air quality can also be affected by unexpected and seemingly innocuous sources, such as building materials, furnishings and cabinetry, damp carpets, cleaners, water intrusion and pressed wood products.
Jennings Environmental Management, Inc. performs IAQ Investigations to assess and prevent threats to air quality. Our evaluations include:
- History of symptoms and complaints
- Occupant activities.
- Building design and maintenance
- Possible sources of pollutants
- Review of heating, ventilation and air conditioning
- Effect of the immediate outdoor environment
Our multi-disciplinary experts can test for several potential sources of IAQ problems, including:
- Mold and bacteria.
- LEED Sampling for Volatile Organic Compounds.
- Asbestos and lead-based paint.
- Particulates, dust mites and dust analysis.
- Vapor Intrusion
- Soil Gas
- Vent Sampling
We can also measure air flow from HVAC systems, temperature and relative humidity, levels of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide. Our team prides on finding the problem and providing a solution.