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Indoor air quality testing

Clean air for a healthy family

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Why should you care about indoor air quality?

Did you know that Australians spend over 90 percent of their time indoors? In light of this, air pollution can have a huge impact on our health.

In fact, a recent CSIRO study indicated that the cost of poor air quality could be as high as $12 billion a year. This is why it’s important to ensure that the space you live and work in has clean air. But, how do you know whether the air you are breathing is clean?

Different factors determine the quality of air, some of which you might not suspect. People think that smog and car emissions are the main causes but there are several contributing factors, all unseen to the eye. Here are some of the most common causes of indoor air pollution:

  • Asbestos – found in coatings, paint, building material, and floor tiles.
  • Biological pollutants – mildew, mould, bacteria, pollen, and dust mites.
  • Household products – varnishes, paints, synthetic fragrances, and cleaning products.

Why should you care about indoor air quality?

Did you know that Australians spend over 90 percent of their time indoors? In light of this, air pollution can have a huge impact on our health.

In fact, a recent CSIRO study indicated that the cost of poor air quality could be as high as $12 billion a year. This is why it’s important to ensure that the space you live and work in has clean air. But, how do you know whether the air you are breathing is clean?

Different factors determine the quality of air, some of which you might not suspect. People think that smog and car emissions are the main causes but there are several contributing factors, all unseen to the eye. Here are some of the most common causes of indoor air pollution:

  • Asbestos – found in coatings, paint, building material, and floor tiles.
  • Biological pollutants – mildew, mould, bacteria, pollen, and dust mites.
  • Household products – varnishes, paints, synthetic fragrances, and cleaning products.

Is indoor air pollution dragging you down?

Could you and your loved ones be breathing in indoor air pollutants without realising it? If you want to know more about indoor air pollution and how to reduce it, our FREE guide can show you where to start.

Is indoor air pollution dragging you down?

Could you and your loved ones be breathing in indoor air pollutants without realising it? If you want to know more about indoor air pollution and how to reduce it, our FREE guide can show you where to start.

How does indoor air pollution affect your health?

Lung cancer

Throat irritation

Asthma symptoms

Kidney failure

Nerve damage

Respiratory irritation

Eye irritation

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Nose irritation

How does Building Harmony support you?

Indoor air pollution doesn’t just affect homes, it also hurts businesses. If air quality is not improved, your teams can suffer from various health conditions, including lung cancer.

At Building Harmony, I help you keep your home and workspace healthy and enriching. I follow certified methods for indoor air quality testing in Sydney to identify the causes of indoor air pollution. Once my tests are complete, I provide you with a report that includes recommendations on how you can keep your air clean.

BOOK A CALL WITH BUILDING HARMONY

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    How does Building Harmony support you?

    Indoor air pollution doesn’t just affect homes, it also hurts businesses. If air quality is not improved, your teams can suffer from various health conditions, including lung cancer.

    At Building Harmony, I help you keep your home and workspace healthy and enriching. I follow certified methods to test the air quality in your spaces and identify the causes of indoor air pollution. Once my tests are complete, I provide you with a report that includes recommendations on how you can keep your air clean.

    BOOK A CALL WITH BUILDING HARMONY

      FIRST NAME

      EMAIL

      ADDRESS

      WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO DISCUSS?

      About Building Harmony

      My name is Russell Williams and I’m an ACES-certified mould-testing technician and building biologist.

      ACES is the Australian College of Environmental Studies and is a nationally-accredited training service provider.

      I’m qualified to conduct a health assessment on your homes and workplaces because in addition to my experience, I’ve also completed a recognised course in mould testing (BLDBIO605 Conduct a Mould Assessment) and an Advanced Diploma of Building Biology at the Australian College of Environmental Studies.

      My other qualifications include a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Studies and a TEC Ordinary Chemical Technicians certificate.

      Whether you have your home or workspace in mind, I support you with a comprehensive range of building health assessments.

      Russell Williams

      Russell Williams

      Owner and technician

      About Building Harmony

      Russell Williams

      Russell Williams

      Owner and technician

      My name is Russell Williams and I’m an ACES-certified mould-testing technician and building biologist.

      ACES is the Australian College of Environmental Studies and is a nationally-accredited training service provider.

      I’m qualified to conduct a health assessment on your homes and workplaces because in addition to my experience, I’ve also completed a recognised course in mould testing (BLDBIO605 Conduct a Mould Assessment) and an Advanced Diploma of Building Biology at the Australian College of Environmental Studies.

      My other qualifications include a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Studies and a TEC Ordinary Chemical Technicians certificate.

      Whether you have your home or workspace in mind, I support you with a comprehensive range of building health assessments.

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