Breathe Easy Knowing Your Indoor Air Is Safe.
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√ Affordable Prices
√ Same-Day Appointments
√ Fast Turn Around Times
√ Free Pre & Post Testing Consultation
√ Licensed & Insured
√ Over 10 Years of Experience
Certified Expert Indoor Air Quality, Mold Testing, Restoration Consultant in Central Florida
We Understand How You Feel
I never knew that indoor air quality could be an issue until our son was born at 30 weeks old and diagnosed with severe lung disease. During our journey to find the source of our son’s disease, my wife and I were left with more questions than answers and a big pile of invoices. Eventually we discovered the pollutants in our home was the culprit. Many indoor air pollutants cannot be detected by our senses, and the symptoms they produce can be vague to adults.This is why my family and I started Assurance Air Quality.
THE VALUE OF THE
INDOOR AIR INSPECTION
The quality of your indoor air can have a large impact on the health and well-being of your family. Scheduling an inspection to evaluate your environment & indoor air conditions can provide you with the information you need to ensure the healthiest indoor air for your home.
Identifying Pollutants • Avoiding Health Issues • Improving Indoor Comfort
Cost: $150.00 / Now: Free
COUNTIES WE SERVICE
Brevard County, Central Florida, Flager County, Lake County, Orange County, Osceola County, Polk County, Seminole County, Volusia County
Why Choose Assurance Air Quality?
Assurance Air Quality believes in empowering our customer by supporting them throughout the remediation process. From the first consultation to the end of their remediation project, our customers can contact us for advise and support to make sure their project runs smoothly. Maintaining a healthy indoor environment that is safe for occupants is important. Assurance Air Quality is family owned and operated serving Central Florida. We pride ourselves on our quality of service for commercial, residential properties, our detailed reports and exceptional customer service. Plus, we represent an unbiased opinion since all labs are submitted to a 3rd party lab leaving no conflicts of interest since we DO NOT perform mold remediation.
√ Insurance billing for NO OUT OF POCKET EXPENSE!
√ Lab results in as Little As 24 Hours!
√ Fully Licensed & Insured
√ Serving Residential and Commercial Properties
√ Certified Adjuster, Mold Assessor and Remediator
Frequently Asked Questions
Got questions? We have answers!
1. What is "indoor air quality"?
Indoor air quality (IAQ) describes how inside air can affect a person's health, comfort, and ability to function normally. It can include temperature, humidity, lack of outside air (poor ventilation), mold from water damage, or exposure to other chemicals.
2. What is considered good IAQ?
The qualities of good IAQ should include comfortable temperature and humidity, adequate supply of fresh outdoor air, and control of pollutants from inside and outside of the building.
3. What are the most common causes of IAQ problems?
The most common causes of IAQ problems indoors are:
• Not enough ventilation, lack of fresh outdoor air or contaminated air being brought into the property
• Poor upkeep of ventilation, heating and air-conditioning systems
• Dampness and moisture damage due to leaks, flooding or high humidity
• Occupant activities, such as construction or remodeling
• Indoor and outdoor contaminated air
4. How can I tell if there is an IAQ problem inside my property?
People existing inside a property with poor IAQ may notice unpleasant or musty odors or may feel that the environment is hot and stuffy. Some people complain about symptoms that happen when they are inside that property and go away when they leave, like having headaches or feeling tired. Fever, cough, and shortness of breath can be symptoms of a more serious problem. Asthma and some causes of pneumonia (for example, Legionnaires Disease and Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis) have been linked to IAQ problems. If you have symptoms that are not going away or are getting worse, talk to your doctor about them. But not all exposures cause symptoms, so there is no substitute for good property management and routine property inspections.
5. Is there a test that can find an IAQ problem?
There is no all-in-one test to find your IAQ problem. An Indoor Air Assessor can check measurements of temperature, humidity and identify if there is proper airflow. In addition, a full property inspection and testing of the indoor environmental conditions, indoor air testing, heating and an air conditioning systems evaluation (to make sure it is free of microbial growth) should be performed. The property walk-through is to check for odors and look for water damage, leaks, dirt or pest droppings that may be contributing to the poor indoor air quality. This is where the opportunity to identify leaks that need to be eliminated, standing water in humidifiers, air conditioning units, on roofs and in boiler pans can become contaminated with bacteria or fungi.