Ottawa Indoor Environmental Services Ltd. believes that everyone deserves to live, work, and study in a healthy indoor environment. This is why our team is proud to offer the Ottawa region a full range of certified indoor environmental services. So call us to schedule a free remedial services estimate, or to have a over the phone consultation regarding any IAQ problem that you may be facing. (613)366-5226 l  1(888)762-2550
IMPORTANCE OF GOOD IAQThere are many factors such as mold spores, airborne particulates, VOCs, and formaldehyde off-gassing, that can have a negative impact on your indoor air quality and your health.Learn More
AIR & SURFACE MOULDWe offer both viable & non-viable mold sampling services. All samples collected are sent to a third party AIHA certified laboratory for independant analysis.Learn More
PROJECT SPECIFIC SOLUTIONSWhether you have samples that you would like to drop-off for analysis, or whether you would like one of our techinicians to come to your site and acquire the samples, the choice is yours. Learn More
MOLD CONTAMINATIONWhen mold grwoth is found within an indoor environment, the cleanup costs can become subtantial if the problem is allowed to persist for prolonged periods of time.Learn More
FLOODS AND LEAKSWhen substantial water releases or infiltration issues are not dealt within a timely manner, it is very likely that microbial contamination will begin to grow on wet building materals which will require remedial action.Learn More
We develop and implement site specific sampling plans when inspeciting buildings facing all sorts of indoor air quality issues. During our IAQ inspections we measure factors such as VOCs, CO & CO2 levels, particulates, and formaldehyde off-gassing.
From testing for possible hidden mold growth, to assessing the scope of contamination that may require remediation. Our mold inspections and mold sampling plans are tailored to meet your specific project needs, as well as priced to fit your budget.
if you are in the process, or you are thinking about having new building renovetions completed, then you should consider having plaster, as well as ceiling and floor tiles tested for asbestos. This is more importantly so for buildings older then 1986.
Remedial projects should begin with an assessment of the work site in order to determine the full extent of the contamination, and to formulate a proper plan with clear goals and expectations that can be verified by an indoor environmental professional..