Indoor Air Quality Testing Company in New Hampshire
Improving Air Quality Across Industries in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, and Beyond
Not only does indoor air quality differ from outdoor air quality; it is often far worse. With bad indoor air quality comes a serious threat to health, comfort, and productivity. Whether you need proactive air quality verification or emergency response, RPF Environmental offers a full range of indoor air quality services in New Hampshire and the New England area. Since 1991, we have continued to develop a reputation for flexibility, vast networks, and top-notch quality – with more competitive pricing than other national firms. Find your mold and indoor air quality solution today!
Reasons to trust us with your air quality testing needs:
It is difficult to notice the quality of the air in your immediate environment; obviously, you cannot see or touch it to understand its form. However, having indoor air quality that meets state and federal health standards is important because poor air quality could be a danger to everyone in that environment.
Determining exactly what is in the air that might cause health problems is something that should be done by a certified professional with a clear, proven track record.
Poor air quality is mainly associated with emissions and/or pollutants in areas such as offices, businesses, and homes that can cause serious health problems due to the enclosed nature of the space, activities, or business processes. These health problems can be caused by a wide array of toxins and related conditions, leading to declining health among the inhabitants of the environment. Furthermore, poor air quality could also be a factor due to outside environments, typically: highways, industrial plants, ports, and/or rail yards. These areas are associated with dangers to one’s health and productivity because of the number of toxic emissions that are released into the open air.
Poor air quality is linked to the following immediate health problems:
Nose, Throat, and Eye Irritation
It is important to note that these environmental effects are extremely general and could just be the result of a normal flu or cold. However, if you suspect it might be the indoor air quality of your business or worksite, it is important to see a medical professional because poor air quality is associated with long-term health effects like respiratory issues and heart disease, as well as forms of cancer.
If you believe your environment is subject to poor air quality, it is important that you contact a trained professional to conduct an air quality survey today.
“We have worked with RPF Environmental for several years now. They are a great company to work with, very knowledgeable, helpful, professional and friendly.”
– Heather Nichols – Kahr Arms
“RPF is a great company to work with, highly knowledgeable, great to work with and accommodating.”
– Jennifer Gilbert- St. Charles School
“They are a great company and have provided prompt and professional services.”
– Bill Botting- SAU 60; Fall Mountain School District
Our customers have been satisfied for more than two decades, from manufacturing to schools to real estate development and Fortune 500 companies, RPF Environmental has serviced thousands of clients across all sectors. Our team of professionals includes certified industrial hygienists, remediation designers, laboratory technicians, and more.
RPF Environmental: Professional Air Quality Testing You Can Trust
As the health risks and problems of poor indoor air quality (IAQ) become increasingly apparent, many employers, facility owners, and property managers have realized the need for IAQ testing and solutions. With two principals still actively involved in RPF Environmental’s daily operations, we combine our experienced and economical service with personalized care for our clients.
We will listen carefully to your needs, and our team of indoor air quality testers can provide tailored, innovative services that meet all industry standards and regulations that stay within your budget and timetable. Discover how our New Hampshire air quality testing company can be of service to you – call RPF Environmental today for a consultation!
Why Work With RPF Environmental?
EPA Accredited Asbestos & Lead Safe Renovator Trainer
Cost-effective and creative alternatives for flexible strategies
Meet all regulatory standards & maintain focus on project goals
Access to leading experts in your specific field to enhance your solutions
Dedicated client services that emphasize close communication
Fastest turnarounds available for time-sensitive projects