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What is Building Biology?

“Building biology is the evaluation and control of health hazards in the built environment. This involves assessing the home or office for allergens, toxicants, electromagnetic fields and biotoxins unique to a water-damaged building and providing strategies to address exposure and/or source control and abatement”..

Read the 25 Building Biology Principles!

 

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We pride ourselves in identify environmental hazards that can potentially cause us problems such as adverse health effects.

EMF Assessments

Its much more than just 5G towers and Wi-Fi routers! You would be surprised at how many things we find within the home that can be “broadcasting” all night long. 

Mould & Moisture Assessments

Do you have condensation issues in the home? If you wake up in the morning, do you see condensation on the windows, when you pull back the curtains? Do you have a lot of dust in the home? Dust contains a lot of pollutants such as dust mites, dust mite faeces, dead skin cells and mould/fungi spores and hyphae.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Assessments

That new mattress smell may be toxic! The new paint smell could potentially contain formaldehyde! Are you sensitive to perfume and deodorant? 

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Indoor Air Quality

Books, glue, resins, new furniture, newly painted rooms can all contribute to poor indoor air quality. 

Wood fire heaters are one of the worst polluters in the home and can contribute to air particulates that can be inhaled.

If you get headaches from perfumes and new car smells, then contact us! 

Get your home or office tested for volatile organic compounds (VOC), mould VOC or formaldehyde!

 

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