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Indoor Air Quality Testing Toronto - Call Center Testing

Indoor air quality testing is an important part of determining how healthy your surroundings are.  Since we spend over 90% of our life indoors, the health and quality of the air we breathe is of utmost importance.  The majority of indoor pollutants are invisible to the naked eye and do not necessarily produce a noticeable odor.  Good indoor air quality should also not be confused with cleanliness or hygiene.  A visibly clean home or office can have a number of air quality issues that are difficult to rectify if they are not identified properly.

Are you experiencing any of the following?...

  • repeated headaches
  • breathing difficulties, asthma, or respiratory infections
  • excessive coughing or the feeling of not getting enough air
  • repeated congestion or sinus infections
  • dizziness, confusion or malaise
  • strange odors
  • skin irritation or rash
  • ear and eye infections

...You may want to have a thorough air quality test performed to see if the source of these symptoms are environmental.

Our indoor air quality assessment service provides you with a detailed comprehensive written report on the findings of our tests and detailed recommendations on how you can improve the indoor air quality of your call center.  We pride ourselves on having the most extensive and up to date instrumentation in the industry.  Better equipment as well as extensive experience and industry certification provides better and more valuable air quality assessments.


Call Center Indoor Air Quality Testing


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A typical indoor environmental assessment includes the following:


  1. A complete visual inspection of the premises.  Possible problem areas can be identified for bio-aerosols such as mold, bacteria, source for water intrusion, and possible VOC out gassing, and dust issues leading to potential health problems.
  2. Moisture testing.  Ceilings, walls, floors are screened for possible moisture problems leading to mold.
  3. Thermal Imaging.  We can locate hidden plumbing leaks, windows leaks and other moisture intrusions inside wall cavities with our high-tech thermal imaging camera.  This non-intrusive and non-destructive technique allows us to find moisture issues before they become visible.
  4. Toxic gas and combustible gas screening.  Drains, sinks, toilets and natural gas pipes and furnace areas are screening for combustible gases and sewers gas that may be entering the indoor space.
  5. CO and CO2 Test.  Testing for carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2) to determine indoor levels and possible sources.
  6. Temperature and relative humidity levels in each room.  This provides important information on the possibility of a mold, dust mite or other microbial issues.  Along with CO2 levels,  this information provides an overall picture on some of the basics of indoor air quality and overall air exchange.
  7. Aerosolized dust particulate screening.  Efficiency of furnace filters, air cleaners and possible sources for dust accumulation using a Laser Particle Counter.
  8. Formaldehyde and VOC test: Test for out gassing of formaldehyde from carpets and furniture.
  9. Laboratory sampling for bio-aerosols:  An unusual concentration of airborne mould spores indicates a hidden mould growth issue.
  10. Air Balancing of HVAC diffusers:  An unbalanced air handling system can lead to hot or cold zones leading to indoor air quality complaints
  11. Written report:  Approximately 15 to 20 pages on all test results, findings and recommendations on how you can improve the air quality in your call center.






Please note that all environmental assessments are on a per case basis.  Not all of the above parameters may be tested for and pricing may change.