What's the value of a healthy building? FACS is an environmental services company with a team of indoor air quality professionals who perform indoor air quality surveys to evaluate and make recommendations to improve the comfort, health and concerns of occupants.
FACS indoor environmental consultants provide rapid response and solutions to emergency events or occupant complaints related to conditions in the built environment. This involves indoor air quality testing and an indoor air quality evaluation to characterize concerns, evaluate potential causes and make recommendations for corrective actions. As a nationally based indoor air quality company, we facilitate resolution by implementing communication strategies to share information, reduce worry, and establish a cooperative resolution pathway.
Program development and implementation is critical to indoor environmental quality (IEQ) incidents to ensure that frequency of the problems are minimized. FACS indoor air quality inspectors work closely with building managers to create maintenance programs, develop procedures, perform audits, and provide staff training.
FACS certified indoor air quality professionals also provide Green Building Support by assisting building owners and design professionals to create and assess a built environment that enhances IEQ in accordance with related requirements of sustainable building certification programs. We review plans, evaluate products, and conduct environmental sampling and an indoor air quality assessment.Read More
Indoor environmental quality can be a hot button issue, and many facilities managers often learn that there’s an issue with their facility only once a formal grievance has been made. This is often the worst case scenario, as good managers want to catch problems before they start. A key component of that process is routine assessment and documentation of conditions and processes (e.g. ventilation assessment, contaminant source identification, commercial testing, lead paint testing, mold testing, and asbestos testing) by an environmental quality company to perform indoor environmental testing.
Diligent proactive actions can help keep you, your employees, and your customers happy and safe. Indoor air quality testing services provide science-backed data to assure stakeholders professional air quality testing has been conducted. Arguments often cease once an indoor air quality monitor and assessment is leveraged.
FACS can help you demonstrate your commitment to health and safety by providing solutions to emergencies or complaints, avoiding some of the common problems that can result from poor indoor quality. And if you need indoor air quality testing or workplace air quality testing, we can help make that happen, too.
FACS provides rapid response and solutions to emergency events or occupant complaints related to conditions in the built environment. This involves characterizing concerns, evaluating potential causes through inspection and sampling, and making recommendations for corrective actions. We facilitate resolution by implementing communication strategies to share information, reduce worry and establish a cooperative resolution pathway. We’re known as the best indoor air quality consultants, and there are plenty of reasons for that: FACS is committed to protecting people, communicating with stakeholders, and providing actionable recommendations.
Program development and implementation is critical in IEQ incidents to ensure that the frequency of incidents is minimized. FACS will work closely with building managers, create customer operations and maintenance programs, develop procedures, perform audits, and provide supporting training and education. At the end of our consultation, you’ll know everything you need to know about air quality testing companies, and have your own assessment and testing plan for commercial spaces.
FACS experts also provide “green building” support by assisting building owners and design professionals to create and assess a built environment that enhances IEQ in accordance with related requirements of sustainable building certification programs. We review plans, evaluate products, and conduct environmental sampling and assessment (e.g., ventilation, VOC sampling, assessment for moisture and mold removal).
Poor indoor air quality can result in a variety of potential health ailments, discomfort and occupant concerns (e.g., asthma, drowsiness, dizziness, and headaches). Don’t make the mistake of neglecting IEQ, and don’t skimp on a proper assessment, which may or may not include environmental air quality testing or industrial air quality testing. Speak with our friendly experts and consultants today, who can get you onto the path of better indoor air quality.
Maybe you’re wondering, “Are there indoor air quality testing companies near me?” We can answer that question: FACS is a professional air quality inspection company, and we can respond to any location countrywide.
Key Agents & Issues
- 2nd/3rd Hand Smoke (Tobacco, Marijuana, Methamphetamine)
- Allergens (Dogs, Cats, Dust Mites, Cockroaches)
- Building Related Illness
- Disease/Cancer Clusters
- Dust/Cleanliness Issues
- Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs)
- Green/LEED Buildings
- Hazardous Building Materials (Asbestos, Lead, PCBs)
- Indoor Air Quality Testing
- Infestations (Rodents, Cockroaches, Bed Bugs)
- Mold & Moisture
- Noise Complaints
- Non-Specific Complaints (“building is making me sick”)
- Odor Complaints
- Reactive/Chinese Drywall
- Sick Building Syndrome
- Thermal Comfort
- Volatile Organic Compounds
- Water Quality
Forensic Analytical has assisted us in maintaining an excellent record of indoor air quality response and investigations in numerous facilities. Their commitment to quality and their level of expertise is second to none. I would strongly encourage anyone to engage Forensic if they needed help with these or other IH issues.Eric Busch
Executive Director Corporate Safety, Sony Pictures Entertainment
Hospital Construction Project Requires Environmental Monitoring
A hospital construction project required cutting through the exterior walls of the existing structure to tie-in to a new building being erected adjacent to it. FACS was retained to assist with evaluating the project impact on the environment of care, which included monitoring concentrations of airborne particulate matter (PM 10 and PM 2.5).See the full case study