VOC Testing- Most Accurate and Reliable
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How do VOCs affect you?
The first step in understanding how VOCs affect you starts with understanding the health effects.
Are you curious about the effects of VOCs on your health? You are not alone! We have the answers for you — and we’re here to help. VOCs are odorous chemicals that can be found in many everyday things. They’re found in paints, adhesives, cleaners, and more. These chemicals are primarily produced during the manufacturing process, and they can cause both short-term and long-term health effects.
Why Do I Need to Test for VOCs?
You should test for VOCs regularly because these chemicals are everywhere and can affect your health, it is essential to know what levels of exposure you have to these chemicals in your home. Acetone is a typical example of one such organic compound VOC has a high vapor pressure and is one of the most commonly used chemicals in the world. It is found in everyday products inside your home, such as nail polish remover, furniture polish, and even wall paint. However, it can also be found in many other household products and can be dangerous if inhaled or ingested. Other than acetone, you may be exposed to Acetic Acid, Butanal, Carbon Disulfide, Ethanol, Alcohol, Formaldehyde, Methylene Chloride, and so on.
Indoor Air-Quality VOC Testing Services
1st Rate VOC Testing provides you with the most accurate and reliable information on what’s happening on your property. Over time, we have compiled a database of tens of thousands of chemicals and contaminants, so we know what to look out for when conducting a test.
Testing for all types of chemicals and contaminants
1st-Rate Inspections is a business that specializes in environmental safety inspections. We are an Inspection company that helps clients with their VOC, lead, and asbestos testing needs. 1st-Rate Inspectors use a VOC-detection system to test for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in your home or buildings. The system is able to detect the presence of VOCs at levels as low as 1 part per billion.
We use an EPA-certified laboratory to conduct our tests. We value our clients’ trust in us, and we make sure they get what they need when they need it.
Our home inspectors use a sampling pump to draw air from various locations in a building and then analyze it for VOCs. The results of this analysis are then sent back to 1st-Rate Inspections for further research.
Find out if your home is safe.
Are you worried about your safety in your home? With the help of 1st-Rate Inspections, you can find out if your property is safe from potential hazards that you may be breathing daily. Schedule an Indoor Air Quality Testing in Houston and alleviate your fears.