We often forget how harmful is the air we breathe in. From our homes to the office to educational institutes and more, the majority of the air is surrounded by chemicals, hazardous gasses, living organisms such as mold and pests. These pollutants affect our health in many ways such as allergies, headaches, fatigues, major diseases such as heart illnesses, cancer and more.
We offer indoor air quality testing in Toronto which serves as the benchmark for maintaining clean air quality. The process begins with initial testing. In this stage few samples of your air quality are taken and it is sampled for mold, pollen, radon, dust, asbestos, and other endotoxins. The tests from the initial report confirm that which pollutants are found in your house. We provide complete analysis and report of bacteria, mold and other harmful particles in the air.
The Ultimate Mold Crew Inc. carries extensive research and computerized instruments, lab analysis, thermal imaging, and other rigorous investigation methods to fully examine air in your environment. We are able to dig in deep and find out cause, specific location of mold and other hidden grown particles in your surroundings. At the end of our assessment and investigation, we provide our customers with every detail, from the level and severity of mold to precautionary measures and remedies.
A lot of people often forget the fact that indoor environments can also be damaging injurious than outdoor air. Indoor air can be 2 to 5 times more polluted and leave long term effects on the health of people breathing or living in that air. Our experienced crew detects all sorts of impurity in the air and provides a complete cure because we believe in safeguarding homes and enhancing the lives of our customers.
When is the Air Quality Testing recommended?
Moreover, if you smell bad odour around the place, you should give a call to us and we’ll test your house, and find out the real source of the smell.
Air Quality Testing is a brief process that does not take more than a few minutes, and it is conducted under expert supervision, which makes it safe for your family. Indoor air quality pricing may vary as per the size of the property and type of pollutants you want us to test.
We operate under the guidelines issued by the Government of Canada for air quality testing. Moreover, our crew is professional and highly-skilled, and hence we assure that the tests conducted at your place would help identify all contaminations and pollutants. Once the tests have been conducted and analyzed successfully, only then a decision is made regarding the next steps.
We have been offering air quality testing in Toronto for more than ten years now and have helped hundreds of families clean their home air while boosting a quality lifestyle. Indoor Air quality directly impacts human health, and hence it is advised that regular tests are conducted to ensure ZERO contamination.
Usually, home air quality is impacted by the cooling and heating design of the house, and sometimes the water damage may also become the reason behind air contamination. Damp surfaces are breeding grounds for mold; air quality testing could help you avoid future mold issues. Moreover, this would not only save you money but would further help you address the problem at the right time.
Call us and set an appointment for Indoor Air Quality Testing today. Our team of experts would help you in clearing your indoor air off all contaminations and pollutants.
To properly determine air quality inside a building, use an air testing device. You can easily purchase an indoor air quality monitor from your nearest superstore. If this is not feasible for you, conduct a surface sampling test, to test for any substances that grow due to poor air quality, such as mold. If you want to test the air quality regularly, install a carbon monoxide alarm to stay vigilant of any sudden issue arising.
If you constantly feel suffocated due to lack of ventilation, with a stuffy nose, irritated throat, and itchy eyes, chances are that the indoor air quality of your house is poor. More symptoms of poor indoor air quality include high humidity inside the house, damage to infrastructure from moisture buildup, such as peeling wallpaper, leaky tiles and a bad odor around the house.
Impact of poor indoor air quality can be either immediate or long-term, with both of them being dangerous. Immediate effects include allergies being triggered, dizziness, fatigue, aggravated asthma symptoms, and irritated eyes, nose, and throat. Long term effects range from respiratory illnesses, eye problems, and in rare cases, lung or eye cancers.
If your house is not ventilated well, it easily harbors mold. Since mold grows effortlessly in moist and warm environments, it’s easy for the air-borne spores to completely pollute the indoor air quality. Hence, it is possible for your indoor air quality to worsen as a result of growing mold, be it behind the wallpapers, under the carpets, or inside the upholstery. To evaluate whether your indoor air quality has worsened as a result of mold, invest in a good quality mold inspection kit.