Your space is your space.
Shouldn’t you try to make it as clean as possible?
As you probably already know, it can be more difficult than it sounds.
And if you are sneezing and coughing uncontrollably, you may need to look elsewhere after scrubbing your floors.
We’ve already told you how to hire the right industrial cleaning service, but what if the air quality in your space is the problem?
You should really consider what kind of toll poor air quality could have on your health.
Come along as we tell you how to know if you need indoor air quality testing in your home.
Dangerous Mold and Mildew
Chances are, you have probably had to clean some form of mold or mildew from your space.
There’s nothing to be ashamed of.
It’s all natural!
But little do you know that mold and mildew can linger in your space long after your scrub it away.
And the effects of these lingering particles in the air can be more dangerous than you thought.
Not only can mold and mildew trigger your allergies and asthma, but some of the more dangerous particles known as mycotoxins can damage your internal organs and even lead to cancer.
So remember to consider indoor air quality testing once you have washed away the mold growing in your home!
Combustible Gas Leaks
Although they are mostly harmless in small doses, combustion due to gas leaks is still responsible for making people sick year after year.
This problem can be easily overlooked since small gas leaks are hard to detect.
So you may want to call in an air quality professional to check out your space to see if you are in danger.
Not to sound overdramatic, but you could be getting poisoned without even realizing it.
Radon is another extremely dangerous substance can be found in the air without you knowing it.
Radon is a radioactive gas that exists in nature and can be in your space without you smelling or tasting it in the air.
This is extremely dangerous in that radon is one of the largest causes of lung cancer in non-smokers.
So make sure that whoever is in charge of your space checks the level of radon in the air your are breathing day in and day out.
It could save your life!
Another cancer-causing agent that can be found in your air is Asbestos.
This material is found in nature but is famously used in construction materials such as cement pipes, floor tiling, roofing and other building adhesives.
So make sure if you live in an older building to have indoor air quality testing done to know if you will need to remove these materials.
If you need to find the best way to test the air quality in your space, click on the following link for Biological Health Services to see if they can help:
And Voila! Now You Know When You Will Need Indoor Air Quality Testing
With these helpful tips, you will be able to know right away if your space is in desperate need of indoor air quality testing.
So for the sake of your health, don’t wait!
If you still have more questions about indoor air quality testing, feel free to send us a message through our contact page.