Ozone Odor Removal Service Maryland, Virginia
VOC testing is the best way to ensure that your health is not exposed to hazards .
We are only VOC testing service in Maryland who offers comprehensive instant (same day) analyze of indoor environment !
VOCs – Volatile organic compounds.
Our services starts from $830 for air quality commercial building testing (up to 8 tests) which comply with EPA and the NAAQS (National Ambient Air Quality Standards) towards the principal pollutants. The Clean Air Act and NAAQS set standards for pollutants which are considered harmful to public health and the environment.
People often complain of one or more of the following symptoms:
dry or burning mucous membranes in the nose, eyes and throat;
stuffy or runny nose;
fatigue or lethargy;
irritability and forgetfulness.
One reason for this concern is that their symptoms often get better when they are not in the building.
Do you have safe indoor environment?
People spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. Thus, for many people, the risks to health may be greater due to exposure to air pollution indoors than outdoors.
There are many Indoor pollutant sources:
*Building equipment (HVAC )
*Finishes(paint, floor) ,furnishings , wall covering
*Occupants(office equipment such as photocopy machines, which can off-gas VOCs into the air)
Indoor environments are highly complex and building occupants may be exposed to a variety of contaminants (in the form of gases and particles) from office machines, cleaning products, construction activities, carpets and furnishings, perfumes, cigarette smoke, water-damaged building materials, microbial growth (fungal, mold, and bacterial), insects.
Indoor air quality problems are not limited to homes. Many Americans spend a lot of time in offices with mechanical heating, cooling and ventilation systems. Some of these buildings may be inadequately ventilated. For example, mechanical ventilation systems may not be designed or operated to provide adequate amounts of outdoor air.
A number of well-identified illnesses, such as Legionnaires’ disease, asthma, hypersensitivity pneumonitis and humidifier fever, have been directly traced to specific building problems. These are called building-related illnesses. Most of these diseases can be treated, nevertheless, some pose serious risks.
Understanding the sources of indoor environmental contaminants and controlling them can often help prevent or resolve building-related symptoms.
We are offering air quality testing and odor analysis services. Our examination of air will indicate the relative strength and odor classification numerically by comparing odor gas and purified air.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state agencies in the US recommend to measure air pollution. VOCs (or specific subsets of the VOCs) are legally defined in the various laws and codes under which they are regulated. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulates VOC exposure in the workplace. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are organic chemicals that have a high vapor pressure at ordinary room temperature.
EPA has found concentrations of VOCs in indoor air to be 2 to 5 times greater than in outdoor air and sometimes far greater. During certain activities indoor levels of VOCs may reach 1,000 times that of the outside air.
Moreover, VOC concentration in an indoor environment during winter is three to four times higher than the VOC concentrations during the summer. High indoor VOC levels are attributed to the low rates of air exchange between the indoor and outdoor environment as a result of tight-shut windows and the increasing use of humidifiers.
Our technicians will perform emission testing measures the rate of the release of VOCs to indoor air.
We are using top of the line semiconductor based testing equipment . Results will be provided to you same day .
Samples of air will be tested and analyzed. A steady-state VOC emission rate at a given time point ( toluene equivalent value in μg/m3) is calculated as the product of the air concentration and the inlet air flow rate divided by the area of the emitting product surface. Emission rates are used to estimate concentrations in buildings, which then can be compared to inhalation exposure guidelines.
VOCs of potential concern include:
Chronic systemic toxins such as toluene, formaldehyde, styrene, phenol, and naphthalene
Carcinogens, mutagens, and teratogens as defined by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the National Toxicology Program Report on Carcinogens, and CA Proposition 65
Call (301) 275-5640 for VOC Testing Service!
We are serving Maryland, Virgina, Washington DC, Baltimore and surrounding areas.
CE Odor Removal is serving following areas:
Maryland: Baltimore, Annapolis, Columbia, Silver Spring, Dundalk, Wheaton, Ellicott City, Germantown, Bethesda, Frederick, Gaithersburg etc.
Virginia: Arlington, Alexandria, Falls Church, Fairfax, Fredericksburg, Manassas etc.