East Central Alabama’s Indoor Air Quality Authority
- Make Your Home Clean and Safe Again
- Improve Air Quality
- FREE initial consultation
REMOVE CONTAMINANTS NOW
Indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental risks to public health, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its Science Advisory Board. If you think poor indoor air quality is making you sick, it’s time to get an expert from BIOSWEEP® of Alabama on the case!
- Air and Surface Mold Testing
- VOC Testing
- MVOC Testing
- Formaldehyde Testing
Everyone’s home contains dust, dirt, and chemicals, and these contaminants are circulating through the ductwork and air vents. They can enter your house through open doors and windows, while also travelling on clothing, supplies, and other items brought into your home. Pollutants can also be created through items you already have in your home, such as carpets, furnaces, gas burners, wood, and mold. Additionally, you have biological contaminants in your home, such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, pollen, insects, and animal dander (tiny scales from hair, feathers, and skin). Basically, anything small that is unwanted in your home can be considered a contaminant.
Many of these contaminants are often invisible to the naked eye. They are usually inhaled and can trigger allergic reactions, including hypersensitivity pneumonitis, allergic rhinitis, and some types of asthma. Sneezing, watery-eyes, coughing, shortness of breath, dizziness, lethargy, fever, and digestive problems can all be caused by biological pollutants, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. You should look into the quality of air inside your home.
The Problem with Living with Bad Indoor Air Quality
Why Call BIOSWEEP® for Indoor Air Quality?
Our proven testing methods can get you answers to your indoor air questions. We partner with a state-of-the-art lab to analyze your indoor air and find the impurities that are making you suffer.
Airborne mold testing gives us an idea of what strains of mold might be present in the environment and how we can find and eliminate them. These tests can determine the types of spores in the air and their prevalence. We also conduct surface testing to find the particulates that have fallen from the air onto surfaces. Swabs and tape lifts collect particles that we can then send off to the lab for further analysis.
Microbial Volatile Organic Compound (MVOC) tests are another common service. Some forms of fungi, bacteria, and mold can give off MVOCs. MVOCs may cause fatigue, nausea, and headaches.
We use a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) test to find out if things like your paint or building products are making you sick. Some dangerous gasses can evaporate out of common materials in your home, and we use lab testing to find them so we can build the best plan of action.
Also, if needed, formaldehyde tests are available. Formaldehyde evaporates at just -2 Fahrenheit, so it can leach into any home environment if it’s present on building materials or paints.
The BIOSWEEP® of Alabama 4-Step Process
In order to ensure that all of our clients receive the same high-level quality of care, we employ a consistent 4-step process. While we recognize that your home’s individual problems require unique solutions, this process will allow us to come up with an efficient solution.
– Free Initial Consultation –
When you first recognize that there may be poor indoor air quality for your home or a home that you are about to buy, give us a call so we can do an assessment. No matter what the cause of the bad air quality, our experts can get a good idea of what you are dealing with and can provide an estimated cost for our services.
– Site Visit –
Our experts will come out to your house, take some measurements, do a thorough in-person assessment of the air quality, and present you with a detailed plan for tackling the problem of poor air quality in your home or a home you may buy. This plan will not provide a temporary solution, but will rather offer permanence in tackling poor air quality.
– Execution –
Our team of experts is fully trained by the National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors (NORMI), so you can feel safe leaving your home in our hands. During and after our work, we demonstrate our respect for your property by cleaning up and leaving your house in excellent shape once we finish.
– Follow-up –
Just because we executed our plan does not mean the work is done. We want to follow-up and ensure not only that the air quality is still fantastic, but that you are also satisfied with our work. We keep in touch with our clients because we care about the quality of work, your home, and your ultimate satisfaction. We even offer a money-back guarantee because we know how solid the quality of our work is.
We recognize how important maintaining good air quality is to you and your home, so we do everything in our power to ensure that your home and family are healthy and safe from any possible contaminants.