We help determine if your space is a contributing factor to your symptoms

Do you require VOC testing?

VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)

Do you or your family:


  • feel better when you leave your home?

  • have cold-like symptoms?

  • have worsening asthma symptoms?

  • experience frequent headaches?

  • experience throat irritation?

Contact Us Now To Get Your VOC Testing!


What can cause VOCs in your space?

(Volatile Organic Compounds)

At room temperature, many products in homes release or “off-gas” VOCs, which come from petrochemicals.     Some examples are:


Building Materials


  • Carpets and adhesives

  • Composite wood products

  • Paints

  • Sealing caulks

  • Solvents

  • Upholstery fabrics

  • Varnishes

  • Vinyl Floors





  • Air fresheners

  • Air cleaners that produce ozone

  • Cleaning and disinfecting chemicals

  • Cosmetics

  • Fuel oil, gasoline

  • Moth balls

  • Vehicle exhaust - running a car in an attached garage





  • Dry cleaning

  • Hobbies

  • Newspapers

  • Non-electric space heaters

  • Photocopiers

  • Smoking

  • Stored paints and chemicals

  • Wood burning stoves

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Full-Service VOC Testing

Reg. $525 + $59 Service Fee

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What Your Test Will Include:



Top 10 Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - out gassing of toxic chemical compounds from materials such as furniture, carpet, new construction, etc.


Hidden Mold called 'Mold VOCs' or MVOCs - produced during the metabolic or digestive processes of molds. This test is used as an indicator of actively growing mold that can be hiding behind walls, etc.


EPA Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) - also known as toxic air pollutants. Pollutants known or suspected to cause cancer or other serious health effects, such as reproductive effects, birth defects, or adverse environmental effects.

Contamination Index Listing (CI) - shows the types of air-contaminating products and materials that are present in your home. This report provides suggestions where these products and materials might be found and is divided into three main groups:

Building-Related Sources, Mixed Building and Lifestyle Sources.




Healthy Space, Healthy You