indoor air qualityReal estate and Offices
The quality of indoor air at work is a factor to consider in the management of a real estate or an office.
Indeed, the presence of mold in offices, on walls or ceilings may be a factor in the deterioration of air quality and therefore may increase the risk for your staff to develop illness or asthma. The presence of mold on walls or ceilings is often due to a uncommon and high humidity at the surface of the material.
Measuring the concentrations of fungi, bacteria or viruses in a real estate or an office allows to justify a good quality air to the staff. Following the complaints from the staff at work, an audit can solve your health problem related to the quality of indoor air. In a renovated or rented building, a control allows you to confirm the quality of indoor air before handing over the keys. With the expertise of our laboratory, you are guaranteed of a scientific support in your process to improve air quality and well- being of the occupants in the building.
A microbiological audit is the most appropriate way to understand a problem of degradation of indoor air or contamination of a product in production. It is the first step in a comprehensive approach to improve working conditions and production.
Checking the air quality in a room and especially the air supplied through the air systems ensures a level of comfort and well -being for the occupants of a building.
Our laboratory develops specific high-tech methods to understand and analyze the quality of indoor air. The analysis of microbiological pollution is an important aspect in the process of quality indoor air for the well-being of employees and the visitors comfort.
A microbiological diagnostic of the quality of the air aims to find microbes in the air to detect the presence of an internal pollution that may be due to the illness of the occupants of a building.
To measure the quality of indoor air, we use specific microbiology methods developed by our R&D department in order to offer you a suitable solution to your problem.
To complete the investigation, the identification of mold or bacteria present in the air or on surfaces can provide a full understanding of inside pollution and provides a suitable solution.