Professional Particulate Matter & Air Quality Testing Near the Alpharetta, GA Area

If you’ve recently purchased a property or are moving into a new home or office space in or around Alpharetta, GA, then consider scheduling indoor air quality (IAQ) testing today. At Indoor Air Quality Services, our team has 10+ years of experience providing professional particulate matter testing to screen for hidden health dangers or hazards in the home and office. Because many indoor particulate pollutants can go undetected for years, the best way to get peace of mind is by scheduling an air quality check with a trusted expert. When you work with Indoor Air Quality Services, we’ll provide comprehensive air testing and then go over the results with you in detail. That way, we can answer any questions you might have and make recommendations to improve air quality. For all your IAQ testing near Lawrenceville, GA, think Indoor Air Quality Services.

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How a Professional Air Quality Check Can Protect Your Health

When it comes to protecting your family or employees’ health, you don’t want to take any chance. Many serious air quality hazards can go unnoticed without special testing. It becomes essential to work with a professional who can ensure safe living or working conditions in your building. Some difficult-to-detect risks include:

  • Carbon monoxide, which is an invisible, odorless gas that is poisonous in small amounts, and deadly in larger concentrations. Gas fireplaces, stoves, central heating systems, and water heaters can all produce carbon monoxide leaks.
  • Radon, a gas released from the decay of naturally-occurring uranium that can concentrate inside buildings and cause a range of health issues, and even cancer.
  • Contaminants such as asbestos and lead, which create chronic health conditions that are especially harmful to children and the elderly.
  • Mold, which can exacerbate allergies and asthma and irritate the lungs of otherwise healthy individuals.

If you’re purchasing a new home or moving into a new space, consider scheduling a professional air quality check to ensure safe conditions. Since many airborne contaminants are difficult to detect, it’s best to work with an experienced provider, like Indoor Air Quality Services. For all your air quality testing needs, contact our office today.

Checking for Particulate Pollutants Can Put Your Mind at Ease

If you recently purchased a home or moved into a newly constructed space, it’s natural to be concerned about the air quality that you’re inheriting. Thankfully, when you schedule with Indoor Air Quality Services, you can count on a thorough inspection and outcomes that make sense. Whether there’s an issue from construction or a natural hazard, an air quality inspection will provide you with peace of mind.  That way, you don’t need to spend time worrying about loved ones or employees in your space dealing with particulate pollutants.

Are you ready to schedule air quality testing today in or around Lawrenceville, GA? Contact Indoor Air Quality Services.

Discover What’s in Your Indoor Air

Indoor air quality is a crucial aspect of maintaining a healthy environment in your home or office. Understanding the common pollutants and their sources can help you make informed decisions about air quality testing.

Indoor Air Quality Testing Options:

While mold is a well-known air quality concern, numerous other pollutants can compromise indoor air quality. The following details will help you prioritize testing based on your specific concerns.

General Categories of Indoor Pollutants:

Pollutants are categorized as solids, liquids, or gases. In the air, pollutants will be either microscopic solid particles or gases, as liquids must evaporate to remain airborne.

Particulate Pollutants:

Indoor and outdoor air typically contains tens of thousands of particles per cubic meter. These can include:

  • Soil and carbon particles
  • Cellulose and talc-like particulate
  • Drywall dust and insulation fibers
  • Insect fragments and pollen
  • Mold spores

Common sources of these particulate allergens include outdoor air entering through doors and windows, clothing and shoes, and infiltration from spaces like attics or unfinished basements. Activities such as demolition, remodeling, or organic growth (like mold and bacteria) within HVAC systems can also contribute.

Symptoms from High Particulate Levels:

When particulate levels are elevated, individuals might experience symptoms such as:

  • Itchy, watery eyes
  • Skin irritation or rash
  • Sinus drainage and congestion
  • Asthma-like symptoms

Gaseous Pollutants:

The indoor air typically contains various volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from sources like:

  • Household cleaning chemicals and personal hygiene products
  • Gas appliances leaking natural gas or carbon monoxide
  • Off-gassing from new building materials or microbiological growth
  • Infiltration of chemicals stored in garages and basements

Symptoms Associated with Gaseous Pollutants:

Exposure to gaseous pollutants can lead to:

  • Headaches and brain fog
  • Memory loss
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Respiratory distress

Test Methods for Indoor Air Quality:

Testing methods vary based on the pollutants being measured, and costs can differ significantly based on the laboratory’s scope of work. To accurately determine what testing is necessary, we start by understanding any symptoms you’re experiencing and the specific characteristics of your building.


Please call us at 770-363-2670 to discuss your concerns. Our team will ask a series of questions to guide you regarding the appropriate sample types, quantities, associated pricing, and scheduling your testing session.

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Call and Schedule IAQ Testing for Your Home Today

Are you ready to schedule air quality testing for your home or property? The Indoor Air Quality Services team is standing by and ready to assist. When you work with our team, we’ll first inspect your space. Then we will test the air using precision methods and proven techniques. After we’ve taken samples, they’ll be subjected to comprehensive analysis to reveal any contaminants or pollutants. Next, we’ll go over the results with you and consult around any problems discovered during testing. From there, we’ll offer expert guidance and solutions to any issues. Call and put your mind at ease. Call (770) 363-2670.

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