Indoor air quality tends to be a rather subjective issue. Civil engineering materials and related substances – such as flooring, wall coatings, furniture, detergents or care and maintenance products, plants, technical equipment as well as the ventilation habits of occupants – tend to influence the composition of indoor air.
Generally speaking, not everything that smells bad is toxic – and not everything that is toxic smells bad.
What we examine
If a clearer picture is needed, we will conduct on-site inspections in order to establish the right monitoring concept. In many cases, our mobile gas chromatographers enable us to detect pollutants at the first appointment and recommend measures for mitigating or remedying any detrimental impact.
Martin Mueller von der Haegen