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Back From Australia

Eric Shapiro, president of Indoor Air Quality Services, Inc, has recently returned from a two week business trip to Australia.  Mr. Shapiro conducted several days of lectures on IAQ, Mold Remediation, and Air Duct Cleaning with Healthy Building Systems, of Perth, Western Australia. The lectures were attended by regional hospitals, the WA Department of Health, Department of Housing, Public Health academics, and several of Australia's largest companies.

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Indoor Air Quality Services

Welcome to our site. The issues of indoor air quality, mold, water damage, and other indoor environmental issues can be complex, and poor indoor air quality, mold, and damp building conditions have been linked to a variety of health symptoms and even disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that, "dampness has been suggested to be a strong, consistent indicator for the risk of asthma and respiratory symptoms. The health risks of biological contaminants within the indoor environment could be addressed by considering dampness as the risk indicator."


The U.S. EPA 1990), ranked indoor air pollution among the top five environmental risks to public health. In 1997, the Presidential and Congressional Commission on Risk Assessment and Risk Management also found that indoor environmental pollution can pose a substantial environmental risk and advised EPA to address those risks. During the release of its report, the Commission chairman highlighted indoor environmental pollution as one of the greatest risks to human health.


Americans are concerned about their own health and the health of their children. Despite efforts by the EPA and other groups to conduct research on indoor environmental issues and to communicate the findings of that research, most Americans do not have a clear sense of the significant health risks caused by indoor pollution. They also do not know what they can do to reduce the risk for asthma, cancer, and other serious diseases caused by indoor pollutant exposure.


Children often experience higher exposures to environmental pollutants than adults, and certain individuals may be more vulnerable to indoor contaminants because of age, genetics, nutrition, metabolism, exposure levels, existing diseases, and other factors. For example, older people are at particular risk for adverse effects on the nervous and cardiovascular systems; asthmatics are more vulnerable to allergens and respiratory irritants; and people with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and other immune deficiencies are more vulnerable to pneumonia, pathogenic yeasts, and other illnesses.

We are often bombarded with misleading advertising and media stories that can lead to confusion. With over 16 years of experience providing indoor air quality services and solutions to clients throughout the country, our mission statement has become clear….

Our Mission Statement: "To Provide Our Clients With Safer, Healthier, More Comfortable Indoor Environments"

We do not use high-pressure sales tactics or gimmicks. Our goal is to provide friends and clients with the right information. We believe that through education you will make the best decisions for yourself, your families, and your businesses. If you have any question about indoor air quality in general, or our services in particular, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.