Thinking of expanding your services?
Improve your revenue stream or start a new business?
Gain an edge over your competition!
Indoor air quality and environmental services demand is on the rise.
Join a new Canada-wise FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY by choosing and owning your Indoor Air Quality Canada TERRITORY.
Learn how to conduct residential and light commercial indoor air quality inspections.
The demand for indoor air quality testing and consulting services are on the rise. Covid-19 isolation, working from home, higher home occupancy rates, and the need for improved ventilation indoors has increased the demand for healthy indoor environments.
Now more than ever before, Canadians are aware of air quality, microbial contamination, disinfection process and air filtration. If you have a background in construction-related building science, HVAC systems, or home inspection/engineering, a new career in air quality consulting may be for you. The demand for air quality consulting services has increased exponentially and will remain so in a post-pandemic world. More Canadians will be working from home prompting home renovations for offices, more living space, and better air quality. Home renovations require silica, mold, and asbestos sampling, including mechanical system upgrades to filtration and air exchange.
Commercial buildings now require more filtration, dilution air disinfection, and annual inspections. Dentists, doctor’s offices, waiting rooms, gyms, daycare and some retail all require new government regulations concerning mechanical maintenance and disinfection. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are thinking about expanding your services, or adding new services to your existing business model, call indoor air quality Canada for more franchise opportunity information.
Benefit from our:
- On-the-Job Training
- Peer Reviews
- Reports, Templates, Resources
- Industry Goodwill
The Indoor Air Quality Model
The indoor air quality model is a home-based consulting business where the inspector performs typically between 2 to 4 residential or commercial inspections per day. Inspections include a visual walk-through identifying and photographing typical indoor air quality potential problems. Most inspections require obtaining site-specific samples, followed by sample analysis and report writing.
The consultant chooses how many inspections per week based on territory size and willingness to work/travel. A typical inspection is 1 to 2 hours with one-hour reporting using our in-house report writing templates and diagrams. Please contact IAQ Canada for a list of rates and services.