Advanced Mold Diagnostics can help you make sure that your home or building meets important indoor air quality standards.

How often do you think about the air quality in your home or building?  The way you answer that question can sometimes be an important indicator of whether or not you are meeting indoor air quality standards.  When we measure indoor air quality at Advanced Mold Diagnostics, we consider physical and chemical characteristics and airborne constituents of air in buildings, with a special concern for the impact it has on occupant health and comfort.  So, if you regularly feel concerned that your health or comfort has been affected, it may be time to call professionals for an assessment.

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Do You Know Your Indoor Air Quality Standards?

When it comes to actually knowing the relevant indoor air quality standards, most home and building owners don’t know where to start.  That’s okay!  Your main focus is probably on running the household or business that operates in that building, not worrying about the chemical characteristics of the air.  However, because those minute characteristics and constituents of the air have the potential to affect those who live or work in that space, it is important to get the help of someone who has experience in this area.

 

This is where Advanced Mold Diagnostics can help.  With over 25 years of applied experience in a number of related fields, including indoor air quality, we are well versed in the latest indoor air quality standards.  Furthermore, we have the expertise and the equipment necessary to test and resolve any potential issues in your home or building.

 

How Can We Help You?

At Advanced Mold Diagnostics, we believe that this is one of the most important questions.  That’s why, when you first call us with concerns about the air quality in your home or building, we take the time to understand your situation.  Through our over the phone screening process, we will help you decide which service is best suited to your particular needs.  If we do recommend that you get an Indoor Air Quality Assessment, you can expect a scenario like the following.

 

An AMD representative will arrive at your home or building and initially go over useful information with you about mold, mold testing, and mold remediation.  Next, we’ll turn the conversation to you and gather important information about your situation, including medical history and incidents that may have led to mold growth.  We’ll also ask you about your particular areas of concern.  

 

While our diagnostic equipment warms up, we’ll do an outdoor inspection for a variety of issues, including those which might permeate inside.  Then, your indoor inspection will provide a comprehensive assessment of your home or building, which may include steps such as visual inspection, laser particle counter readings, moisture meters, thermal imaging of interior wall cavities, and more.  Once both indoor and outdoor inspections are complete, your AMD representative may also talk with you about mold sampling protocols.

 

With the detailed information you receive from your assessment, you will not only get an idea about how your home or building is meeting air quality standards, but also what should be done to fix any problems which may be occurring.  We will work with you throughout the entire process, helping you understand your situation and your options.
For more information about how Advanced Mold Diagnostics can help you assess and improve the indoor air quality of your home or business, contact us today at 1-610-328-4350.

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