Certified IAQ is a locally owned, locally operated smoke and soot testing company serving Louisville, Colorado. We make your smoke and soot testing process quick and thorough.
Fire and smoke testing are essential in the aftermath of a fire. If you or someone you know has been exposed to a fire, smoke from a fire, or soot, it is important to clean up any potential contamination before remediation takes place.
The biggest threat to your health comes from particles that are produced and carried by smoke, through the air, or even settled on surfaces. These microscopic pieces can cause a range of problems for you, even lung cancer. It is important to avoid inhaling these substances and make sure they stay out of your home, where people can be exposed and may become sick.
Smoke Testing in Louisville Colorado
When a fire dies down, it’s important to test for smoke residue. This will help ensure that there are no health hazards in the air before you resume living or working in the dwelling that has been exposed.
When a home or business has been exposed to smoke from a fire, it is essential for the safety and cleanliness of everyone in that space. Certified IAQ Professionals can test any surface you want to be tested including walls, flooring, air quality, and insulation. Soot and smoke testing can identify the presence of these contaminants and help to ensure that they are removed before remediation begins and once remediation is complete.
Soot Testing in Louisville Colorado
Soot is made up primarily of black particles that come from burning materials such as wood products like building materials and clothing items containing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). These toxic substances can cause cardiac problems among other illnesses if inhaled, especially over long periods of time.
Certified IAQ Professionals provide comprehensive solutions for your smoke and soot testing needs. In some cases, smoke and soot testing is necessary before a project can begin. The number of samples needed will vary based on different material types, classification, and square footage. We administer testing services on your behalf helping you save time and ensure nothing gets missed during critical periods before or during your project. Have one of our experts come to your home or office to test the area for smoke and soot.
When you are ready, head over to our contact page and fill out your request form. Our team is on call ready to help you and your Louisville home be safe. We can also be reached by phone or email to answer any of your questions at (303) 995-7015 or email@example.com
Your family’s health and safety are our number one priority.
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