Commercial air quality testing

Research shows that poor indoor air quality in the workplace has become the greatest contributing factor in the development of “Sick Building Syndrome” leading to employee dissatisfaction and discontent. Which is why their has been a surge of interest in a commercial air quality testing.

A “sick building” can increase employee absenteeism, turnover rates and health care costs, while decreasing employee productivity and focus, ultimately impacting a businesses profitability and bottom line. Not to mention the increased liability risks imposed on employers and commercial building owners by Bill C-45.

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Signs of poor workplace air quality ...

Health symptoms ...
  • Sluggish and slow performance
  • Frequent headaches
  • Inability to focus
  • Routinely calling in sick
  • Frequent coughing & sneezing
  • Trouble breathing
  • Worsening preexisting conditions
Changes in the office ...
  • New construction?
  • Renovation?
  • Drywall or painting?
  • New carpet or flooring?
  • New furniture


other possibilities ...
  • Mice or rodent problems?
  • Infestation of Insects?
  • Close to a busy road/freeway?
  • Employees smoking inside?
  • New office equipment?
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Air quality statistics report

We have been in business for over 13 years and have noticed a recent trend of increased indoor air pollution. 

We have analyzed several years of reports to create a list of the most common elevated pollutants in the average office. The following pollutants Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC) and Formaldehyde (HCHO) was commonly found to be high. For more information on each particle and gas please visit our IAQ Summary

of offices have high CO2
of offcies have high HCHO
of offcies have high TVOC

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