Healthy Air is our Business & Your Health is our Goal.
We are Environmental Air Quality Professionals, Inc. (EAQP) formerly Inspection Center, Inc. (ICI) providing testing, consulting & teaching services since 1992. We provide presentations for Appraisers, Attorney's Governmental agencies, Realtor's & any group interested in our services. We are also Registered Environmental Property Assessors. We teach & lecture nationally & internationally in our areas of expertise. Healthy Air is our Business! Your Health is our Goal. Commercial Building & Residential Inspectors.
What We Do!
We interview, investigate & test commercial, residential & industrial facilities for any possible problem that may be the cause of illness or health concerns. We provide Litigation Support, Third Party Document Review, Report Simplification, Clarification & Interpretive Actions, Mold Abatement Assessments, Specifications, Project Monitoring & post testing. We also write the protocol for the Professional Remediator to restore the property to a healthier state. We follow the process so that it is done correctly. The final phase requires retesting to make sure that your Environmental Air Quality is as good as or BETTER than outside.
Why We Do It!
Mission Statement: We assist our clients in avoiding or minimizing potential problems & to develop a strategic plan to deal with their existing or emerging problem s.
Who Have We Helped in the Past!
Some of our clients are Georgia Tech: Donetsk, Ukraine Technical University; Professional Conventions & Seminars, Real Estate Groups, Lending Institutions; Attorney; Home Owner; Business & Industrial process & facilities, pre-planning & new construction from a single story individual to high rise with many businesses & individuals.
Environmental Air Quality (EAQ) refers to the quality of air in industrial & non-industrial environments such as homes & offices. Since the energy crisis of the mid 1970's IAQ has become an increasingly important issue for building owners, managers & occupants.
Poor building ventilation is the result of more energy-efficient construction & the use of mechanical ventilation instead of natural ventilation such as windows. The indoor pollutant level has increased from the use of synthetics in building materials & furniture, the use of chemical cleaning products & the increased use of office equipment - all of which contribute to chemical & particulate contamination of the indoor air.
Building occupants are yet another source of pollutants. Our metabolic processes are a source of many dirrerent volatile organic compounds - not to mention perfume, deodorant, hair spray & other grooming products that add contaminants to the indoor air.