- Feb. 24, 2013 - NEW JERSEY, N.J. --
Many people suffer from sinuitus and respiratory health problems associated with allergies. The cause of the trigger of the allergy could be dust, mold or a allergic reaction to some chemical compound. The home or work environmental can be the source of the problem but what exactly in that environmental is causing the problem. Environmental Systems can sample air and substrates to identify a specific allergen or chemical causing the reaction. Every person reacts differently to poor indoor quality. Some indoor air quality problems are caused by the HVAC and or heating systems. Proper indoor air quality starts with proper maintenance of the HVAC System filters. Environmental Systems (depenvirosystems.com)
can exam the workplace or home setting and make recommendations regarding improvements which could improve indoor air quality. Mold is the most common air quality irritant and requires moisture and dust to grow. Chemicals present from off gassing of rugs, drapes, building materials and furniture can cause respiratory irritation. Sometimes chemical can travel through the soil into the structure and is known as vapor intrusion. A leaking heating oil or gasoline tank located adjacent to the structure or up the street could be contaminating the ground water. Environmental systems can provide detailed sampling for Allergens, Mold, Fungi and Chemicals and determine the cause and proper remediation procedures required to correct the problem. To obtain more information regarding indoor air quality testing, contact Environmental Systems at 732-892-8707.