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Allergens and Bacteria Testing

It has been reported that more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies. Some sufferers experience short-term seasonal allergies, while a growing number experience chronic, year-round allergic reactions.

Airborne allergens are one of the most common causes for allergic reactions. Since many Americans spend up to 90% of their day in indoor environments it is essential to examine the air inside the home to identify what could be causing chronic problems for your family. Some of the most common airborne triggers include: mold, bacteria, pollen, dust mites, pet dander, bugs and rodents, VOC’s and Formaldehyde, smoke and particulates.

So how can you improve the indoor air quality in your home?

First, have your occupied area being the home office or dwelling inspected and/or tested to determine which environmental hazard may be present so that a proper course of action can be taken. Typical courses of action include stopping or reducing exposure to what is causing the adverse health reactions. Mold Authority has been helping people with Air Quality issues for over 18 years and strive to provide A1 services. Our testing methods ensure that any issues present at the property will be discovered and a real solution will be provided in order to permanently correct the problems. Call us today at 646-600-MOLD to have one of our trained staff talk about giving you the peace of mind you deserve.


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Allergens and Bacteria Testing

It has been reported that more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies. Some sufferers experience short-term seasonal allergies, while a growing number experience chronic, year-round allergic reactions.

Airborne allergens are one of the most common causes for allergic reactions. Since many Americans spend up to 90% of their day in indoor environments it is essential to examine the air inside the home to identify what could be causing chronic problems for your family. Some of the most common airborne triggers include: mold, bacteria, pollen, dust mites, pet dander, bugs and rodents, VOC’s and Formaldehyde, smoke and particulates.

So how can you improve the indoor air quality in your home?

First, have your occupied area being the home office or dwelling inspected and/or tested to determine which environmental hazard may be present so that a proper course of action can be taken. Typical courses of action include stopping or reducing exposure to what is causing the adverse health reactions. Mold Authority has been helping people with Air Quality issues for over 18 years and strive to provide A1 services. Our testing methods ensure that any issues present at the property will be discovered and a real solution will be provided in order to permanently correct the problems. Call us today at 646-600-MOLD to have one of our trained staff talk about giving you the peace of mind you deserve.