Building Biology Assessments
Building Biology is a holistic approach to designing and constructing buildings that takes into account the health and well-being of the people who will occupy them. Building Biology assessments are an important tool for evaluating the quality of indoor environments and identifying areas for improvement. They involve inspecting and testing various aspects of a building, including air and water quality, electromagnetic fields, and the materials used in construction, to ensure that they meet certain standards for health and safety.
Building Biology assessments are available in various locations throughout New South Wales (NSW) and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). The assessments are conducted by certified Building Biology practitioners who have the knowledge and expertise to evaluate the various aspects of a building and identify any potential health and safety concerns. The assessments are suitable for both residential and commercial buildings and can be conducted on new or existing structures. They can provide valuable insights into the quality of indoor environments and help to improve the health and well-being of the people who live and work in the building. The assessments are becoming increasingly popular in Australia as more and more people become aware of the impact of the built environment on health and well-being.
Balanced Building Biology conducts building biology assessments all over NSW and ACT states of Australia.
Balanced Building Biology can attend locations such as Sydney, Canberra, Central Coast, North Coast, Woollongong, Kiama, South Coast, Southern Highlands, Blue Mountains, Springwood, Regional NSW, Griffith.