How Safe is the Air Inside Your Home or Office?
Suffering from allergies, headaches, fatigue, or cold/flu like symptoms? It may actually be indoor air pollution.
Did you know inside air may be 25-100 times more polluted than outside air? Our inspectors will help pinpoint the source of your unhealthy indoor air.
90% of indoor air quality issues are caused by high levels of VOCs and unhealthy levels of mold spores.
VOCs and other toxic fumes can be found in paints, solvents, cleansers, carpets, disinfectants, air fresheners, pesticides, nicotine, glue, home furnishings and building materials.
Contact RTK at 1-800-392-6468 to schedule an Indoor Air Quality test, today!
Health Symptoms and Sick Building Syndrome
Sick Building Syndrome is a term used to describe buildings where occupants experience health issues and discomfort while inside, but feel better shortly after leaving. If you notice that your symptoms only occur in a specific location, such as your office, home, or apartment building, you may be suffering from sick building syndrome.
Symptoms may include:
Children, older adults, and pets are most at risk.
RTK Environmental Group’s Indoor Air Quality testing services check for VOCs (volatile organic compounds), mold, carbon monoxide, radon, PCBs, and common allergens. Our investigators determine the root causes of your air quality problems, and provide a detailed report with recommendations on how to resolve any issues. Once mitigation is completed, we can verify the situation was successfully resolved.
Radon: The Second Leading Cause of Lung Cancer
Radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas, is extremely hazardous to your health. It is an odorless, tasteless and invisible gas produced when uranium naturally decays in soil and water. Because 90 percent of the land in the Northeast and a majority of the Mid-Atlantic is likely to have elevated radon levels, every home should be tested for radon, an important part of our Indoor Air Quality Tests.
Call us at 1-800-392-6468 to schedule an Indoor Air Quality test.
- VOC Resource Guide
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- Learn about the RTK approach to Indoor Air Quality and Radon
- About our Commercial Indoor Air Quality and Radon testing
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