Most of us spend much of our time indoors. The air that we breathe in our homes, in schools, and in offices can put us at risk for health problems.
Some pollutants can be chemicals, gases, and living organisms like mold and pests.
Many sources of air pollution are in homes, schools, and offices. Some airborne pollutants cause health problems such as sore eyes, burning in the
nose and throat, headaches and fatigue. Other airborne pollutants can cause worse symptoms especially in the very young and elderly.
When we understand and control pollutants found in interior spaces, we can often eliminate sources and improve the air quality. Through testing and
laboratory analysis, we are able to do this. Whether it be radon, carbon monoxide, mold spores, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), or other contaminants, we are able to test and identify
FPIS has tested hundreds of homes and commercial businesses over the past years to identify indoor contaminants.
Our methodology is precise and our report writing clear and concise. As a past member of the Indoor Air Quality Association IAQA for many years, our schooling and field work has enabled us to be
recognized as the go-to company in this discipline. Certified as an Indoor Environmentalist, CIE by the American Council for Accredited Certification, John stands alone in his education and ability
to conduct on-site air quality assessments. He is often called upon by outside companies to conduct business air quality assessments. Using only AIHA accredited laboratories, we are able to provide
accurate information as to the levels of any contaminant in the air.
If you are suspecting asbestos, lead dust, formaldehyde, radon, second hand smoke,
mold spores, carbon monoxide, dust mites, animal dander and any other contaminant, call us and we can help you. Testing is not that expensive considering the peace-of-mind laboratory results can