From the initial consultation to the final report, we are committed to providing quality services at each stage of a project. Our work does not end with the completion of a project. We are always there to answer questions.
Our highly trained staff come from a variety of disciplines and are authorities in their fields. Combining their knowledge of biological sciences, health, environment and management, we can offer integrated approaches to any environmental challenge.
Commitment to Ethics
AirVironment Canada grew out of a vision to fulfill a need for healthier indoor environments. We have a genuine compassion for people and concern for their health. Our primary goal is to make sure that you are living, working, and studying in healthy environments. We test only when necessary, and we design our proposals according to your requirements.
AirVironment Canada works with clients to provide healthy solutions to air quality issues.
Regardless of your size, needs or goals, we will be by your side from the first phone call until your last question even past the end of a project.
If you have any concerns about your environment and potential health risks, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our consultants are happy to listen to your concerns.
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Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is the leading health issue for North Americans today. We spend close to 90% of our time indoors, at home, at the office, or at recreational facilities.
Most people spend 8-10 hours a day in their work environments. Contaminants in the workplace can lead to health problems that result in high rates of absenteeism and low productivity. Sick building syndrome (SBS) is a common term used to describe illness that may be linked to pollutants in the indoor environment.
How do I know if I am in a Sick Building?
Keep a record of what your symptoms are and when they occur. Do you feel worse in the day time or at night? Is there a particular hour when your symptoms are the worst? Common symptoms of problems related to the environment include:
- unexplained tiredness or lethargy
- allergy-like symptoms
- asthmatic attacks
- breathing difficulty
- skin irritation or rashes
Speak to one of our indoor air quality consultants if you feel you may be at risk.