Home ownership seems like it should be a relatively simple experience: keep your home and property in good condition, pay your mortgage and utility bills once a month, and fix things when they break. Unfortunately, that’s only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the many things a homeowner needs to keep track of!
What About Air Quality Testing?
Not everyone has problems with their indoor air quality, but if you suspect there may be pollutants and contaminants floating around in your home, your first order of business should be getting an analysis done. Fortunately, our team of trained professionals at MoldXpertsNY can help you with that.
One sign that you may have poor indoor air quality is if you or anyone in your home is experiencing ongoing health symptoms, such as irritated eyes, scratchy throat, sneezing, coughing, sinus headaches, and things of that nature.
Fiberglass Contamination Is a Possibility
Many people realize that particles in the air can contribute to everything from watery eyes to asthma attacks, but it may not occur to them that fiberglass contamination might be the cause of those symptoms. There are several ways fiberglass particles can get into the air, including exposed insulation in ceilings and walls. Other potential sources could be holes in air ducts or a deteriorated air handler lining.
If you have any concerns about fiberglass contamination or just want to have your home’s air quality tested for peace of mind, give us a call at MoldXpertsNY.
We’d be happy to test your home, business, or other facility for the presence of fiberglass, mold, and a variety of other contaminants. We’ll submit the samples to a trusted lab for thorough analysis and provide you with the results as quickly as possible. Our team of air quality professionals will also recommend strategies for mitigating the contamination and making your home or business a healthier environment.
With over 14 years of experience and training, MoldXpertsNY is here to help people in New York City, Nassau County, and Suffolk County enjoy a high standard of indoor air quality, both at work and at home.