Health

Early mould assessment, detection and removal is the key to a healthy home. The longer mould persists, the more difficult it is to remove.

Indoor environmental assessments can be helpful in solving your indoor air quality issues by identifying them. Following identification of issues solutions to the problems can be provided. Please call us today if you have any concerns about the following issues, so that we might help you with your indoor air quality needs.

  • Sick building syndrome

    Sick Building Syndrome (SBS)

    SBS is the general term used for an illness that is continued or caused by the environment within a building or home. IECL can help pinpoint the contributing factors:

    • Mould caused by high moisture levels
    • VOC’s
    • CO2 and CO emissions
    • Radon emissions
  • Dust allergy

    Breathing problems

    What we breathe is quite crucial to our health, and problems in indoor air quality can cause respiratory issues. Shortness of breath, headaches, sneezing, and/or coughing are a few of the issues that can be caused by poor indoor air quality. Those with asthma may be more susceptible to symptoms. The following issues can contribute to respiratory problems:

    • Dirty air conditioning ducts
    • Mould spores in the air
    • Chemical off-gassing by building materials or items nearby
    • Carbon monoxide and Carbon dioxide
    • Dust
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    Headaches

    If you are suffering from chronic headaches and migraines, it may be because of the air quality / environments that you live in and work in. It may be due to unclean areas, particular building materials or allergic reactions that could be the culprit. Consider if the following issues may be present in your environment:

    • Mould AC ducts
    • Dusty furniture items are rooms
    • Strong smelling, VOC emitting cleaning chemicals
    • Radon Emissions from the ground
    • Formaldehyde off gassing from items
  • Rashes and skin issues

    Rashes and Skin issues

    Skin reactions such as rashes may be exacerbated by poor indoor air quality. Particular contributing factors can irritate the skin, and cause these issues. Possible contributing factors can be:

    • Very low humidity
    • Bacteria
    • Nearby mould

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