A healthy indoor environment is more important today than ever. Canadians are spending more than 80% of the time indoors, as such, indoor air quality, ventilation, filtration, and indoor pollutants pose health risks related to occupant safety. Read more
IAQ Canada’s inspectors and indoor environmental consultants are Asbestos 253W (or equivalent) trained and certified. Every inspector is equipped to test for hazards found in a building’s air quality. Read more
Are You Buying Or Selling A House? Get A Home Inspection! Purchasing a home is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. You need to ensure you are committing not only to a beautiful home that will meet the needs of your family but also to a house that will be safe to live in for years to come. Read more
Indoor Air Quality Ottawa/Canada can perform technical and air quality assessments (ventilation, airborne particles, etc.) of your workplace to ensure your compliance with the new guidelines of the Ontario government and improve worker health and safety. Read more
The process of thermal imaging or infrared camera scanning involves measuring the minute temperature differentials on building surfaces. Thermal scans detect HVAC, electrical, and insulation defects that adversely affect the indoor environment and the health and safety of the building occupant. Read more
We have a proven record of successful investigations providing affordable long-term air quality solutions. We ensure that all projects are performed with the utmost professionalism using calibrated pumps, sensors and sophisticated environmental testing equipment.
Our company believes honesty is the only policy and we strive to complete all services with integrity, not just with our clients, but also our suppliers and partners. With thousands of successful inspections under our belt, we are one of the most trusted indoor air quality service companies in the Ottawa-Outaouais Region.
We commit ourselves to complete all inspections within the timeline set with our clients. We are always improving our skills and training including technology and new equipment to ensure that all services are completed competently and on time. Our reports are detailed including site photographs, government sourced references, and industry-accepted solutions.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning claims the lives of more than 50 Canadians each year, with numerous CO spills sending hundreds of Canadians to the hospital every year. Carbon monoxide threats are present in almost 90% of all Canadian homes.
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