Air Concerns Package
For those that have concerns about their home or business’s Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), AirGanic is here to help! We’ll perform our thorough Air Quality Testing package:
- 48-hour full in-depth IAQ test with report and consultation for $225
- As part of the test, we will look for particles, chemicals, humidity levels, carbon monoxide levels, carbon dioxide levels, and visual mold test.
- These tests will be completed with a detailed report and 1-1 consultation to determine the best plan of action.
- Perfect if you need to know if you have harmful pollutants within your home or business that could negatively impact the health and wellbeing of you and your family (including pets).
Feel safer about your home’s air quality
With the global pandemic highlighting the harmful particulates in the air, people are now more aware than ever about the impact of having the cleanest air possible in our home and business environments. Because of this, we fully recognize that it can change how you manage the environment within your own home or property/building. After all, the quality of your indoor air is more important than it has ever been.
AirGanic is here and waiting to provide our premium air quality services. We are ready to help you boost the confidence in your building’s air quality by providing you with real data that you can use to measure the quality of your air and help restore the confidence of everyone in it.
What Is Indoor Air Quality Testing?
The AirGanic Indoor Air Quality Assessment will help to give you details about the level of harmful particles in your building’s air, as well as how your HVAC system is performing to filter and purify the air. Through this assessment, you will be able to effectively identify the key areas that need to improve to optimize the quality of your air. This can be a tremendous value if you have individuals, family members, or even pets that are sensitive to impurities in the air that are usually unseen, but certainly breathed in. When done, you will have an account manager that will review all of the results obtained from the assessment with you, and provide a recommended action strategy to optimize your indoor air quality (IAQ).
A New and Fresh Take On The Quality Of Your Indoor Air From An Expert
This will give you the strategies you need to take action on to ensure you can improve the quality of your indoor air by:
- Making changes to your control sequences and setting points to optimize overall ventilation throughout the building
- Adding more sensors to your system to effectively measure humidity levels
- Bringing air cleansing technology into your system including but not limited to MERV-13 filters
Using IAQ To Build Confidence
In Your Air Quality
It is very normal as a human to fear what we don’t know. After all, a lot of people don’t understand what management is doing to enhance air quality throughout their building. The best way to give them peace of mind is by ensuring that your HVAC system is up to snuff and performing optimally. That way, they have peace of mind knowing that they are getting cleaner and safer indoor air.
AirGanic is a company that you can count on for exactly that. Much like you, we have a passion for clean air. Our Certified Air Quality Testing is done to measure humidity, contaminants, allergens, and multiple testing points to gauge air quality.
Wherever possible, we will go through the assessment remotely through your building’s automation system. Any of the on-site analyses we do will be done to ensure that all of the safety guidelines are adhered to. Once complete, you will have a professional account manager that will go over the results of the assessment and share the report. This report will contain strategies and recommendations to ensure your system meets industry standards and requirements.
The United States Centers Of Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization both published their recommendations for the air quality in workplaces. Along with this, two major trade association leaders including REHVA and ASHRAE both published official guidance for HVAC systems.
These recommendations were focused on several key areas:
Having optimal ventilation in your building will ensure that you have a constant stream of fresh outdoor air coming inside to dilute harmful contaminants.
Getting rid of harmful exhaust air is very important for kitchens and combustion systems.
Maintaining optimal levels of humidity is essential for comfort.
HVAC systems need to be able to get rid of harmful bacteria, mold, and viruses.