Indoor Air Quality Temperature (Indoor Air Monitoring) services in Canada

  • Indoor Air Quality and Mold Services

    EFI Global offers a team of qualified microbiologists and chemists to evaluate indoor air quality (IAQ) issues caused by microbiological materials such as molds, carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, temperature, humidity, carbon monoxide, radon gas, particulates and volatile organic compounds. Our staff includes PhD-level human health risk assessors, ...

    By EFI Global, Inc. Office in ONTARIO (CANADA). from Environmental Service line

  • Air Quality

    CD SONTER can perform Indoor Air Quality inspections, testing and air monitoring. Our indoor air quality surveys are conducted by Qualified Professionals and include measuring: Fresh air, HVAC, Drafts, Temperature, Relative Humidity, Mould, Dust, Odour, Carbon Monoxide, TVOC (Toxic Volatile Organic Compound). Our reports detail the composition, ...

    By C.D. Sonter Management Inc. based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Environment, Health & Safety Service line

  • Indoor Air Quility Services

    When indoor air quality is poor, building occupants often report feeling sick or uncomfortable.  ECOH’s consultants are experts in assessing indoor air quality, and recommending how you can improve it and prevent future problems.

    By ECOH Management Inc. based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Occupational Health & Safety Service line

  • Re-Active Indoor Quality Testing Services

    Building tenants and employees are more and more aware of the health and comfort issues that can be caused by environmental conditions inside buildings. While symptoms such as eye, nose and throat irritation, headaches and fatigue are common, widespread serious health impairment has yet to be linked to indoor air quality. In fact, most IAQ ...

    By Sterling IAQ Consultants Ltd. based in Burnaby, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Ventilation Service

    Ventilation systems provide the means to distribute air within a building in order to maintain indoor air quality.  In addition to controlling temperature and humidity other elements constitute a functioning indoor climate. The air needs to be constantly processed to remove dust, dilute odors, and, provide fresh outside air to replace the ...

    By NRG Management based in Winnipeg, MANITOBA (CANADA). from Ventilation Service Service line

  • Envelope and IAQ Testing

    Poor indoor air quality (IAQ), often called sick building syndrome, is often the result of moisture in the building envelope, off-gassing of building materials, and the poor design and maintenance of mechanical systems. These problems can be eliminated by better building design and maintenance. Good building design can create a superior indoor ...

    By Enermodal Engineering Limited based in Kitchener, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Building Research and Technology Transfer Service line

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