Contaminants in water and soil come with the risk of spreading pollutants to the surrounding air. If contaminants are found in groundwater or soil that may extend beneath structures, they can accumulate in indoor air and become a risk to those inside through a process called vapor intrusion. Indoor air quality can also be affected by hazardous building materials, mold, and other sources. In some cases, poor indoor air quality may be suspected when people who spend time in the building experience shared symptoms such as allergic reactions, headaches, or nausea when inside of the building.
If air quality issues are suspected in your home, business, or industrial facility, Michigan Consulting & Environmental has the means to conduct thorough assessment and testing to identify the source of the problem. In cases where vapor intrusion is suspected, our experienced environmental technicians use the most up-to-date technology to test and monitor points within the building and sub slab where contaminants may be entering.
Contact us today to learn more about our innovative and affordable Michigan air quality testing services.