Air Quality Testing Service in The Tampa Bay Area

Is your property’s indoor air quality at healthy levels?

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DRIRITE of Tampa can help you find out. We have specialized equipment to help you test the quality of the air that you breathe every day.

DRIRITE will set up equipment to collect and sample indoor air from your main living and work environments. We will then perform a series of tests to determine if HEPA filtering or even a mold inspection should be done. We can determine the types of mold, as well as any other toxins in the air so we will have the appropriate information to begin a remediation protocol.

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DRIRITE® Restoration Services in Tampa | Water Damage & More

A properly restored & cleaned structure is a healthy structure, improper air quality testing can result in secondary damages such as odors, mold growth, and compromised structural integrity.

DRIRITE® guarantees your property against secondary damages. Our project managers will monitor your project daily, utilizing our infrared imaging camera as well as other tools to insure accuracy and efficiency during the drying process.

Providing accurate documentation regarding your project is what we do best, moisture readings, digital photos, infrared images, a complete written report of all activities is a standard. Providing you a level of confidence that only DRIRITE® can give.

We understand budgets and job costs, water damage doesn’t have to impact your bottom line. When a water issue occurs it is usually a direct result of poor workmanship or failed materials. Someone should be held accountable for your damages. Our documentation depicts cause and origin, which will help you defend and enforce charge backs to your subcontractors or suppliers.

When it comes to an air quality related problem, DRIRITE of Tampa can be on-site FAST no matter where you live.

Jose & Nick were very professional and did a great job. Thank you
Paul C.
Paul C.
18:56 27 Jan 23
Jeff y Angel excelente su servicio y su cuidado con las cosas alrededor del area de trabajo. 100% recomendados.
Félix L.
Félix L.
21:51 25 Jan 23
I was very pleased with the excellent and professional quality of service they provided to me after my home received damage from the hurricane. But I want to especially give praise to Kim in Accounts Receivable who assisted me with making sure my insurance followed through with paying my claims. She was so friendly and helpful and I don’t know what I would have done without her persistence and experience! Thank you again Kim!
Kathy M.
Kathy M.
16:23 25 Jan 23
Our Dririte team of Oscar and Jesus were excellent!! They were polite, professional and very detailed in doing the job.
Joe P.
Joe P.
14:26 24 Jan 23
We had Colin and angel out to work on our bathroom they were very professionalAnswered all my questions. Cleaned up everything
Kimberly B.
Kimberly B.
13:41 24 Jan 23
Jeffery and Jesus did a phenomenal job on the mold/water cleanup after Hurricane Nicole. They walked me through everything they were doing and answered all my questions. When it came time to cut into the drywall to remove mold, they set up a containment zone and once complete, they left that area spotless!
Emily S.
Emily S.
17:46 22 Jan 23

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Air Quality Testing FAQs


You’ve Got Questions. We’ve Got Answers.

Most people don’t know the importance (or benefits) of air quality testing. Luckily, we listed our most common air quality testing questions below. Check them out. 

What Is Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)?

Indoor air quality, commonly called indoor environmental quality, determines how the air in your home or business impacts a person’s health, comfort, and ability to work.
Factors for indoor air quality include the following: 

  • Temperature
  • Humidity
  • Ventilation
  • Mold (due to water damage)
  • Chemical exposure

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) doesn’t currently have indoor air quality (IAQ) standards, but it does provide guidelines about common IAQ workplace complaints.

Isn’t Indoor Air Healthier Than Outdoor Air?

Not exactly. In fact, the opposite can be true.
Per the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air can be more polluted than outdoor air. This is due to increased indoor and outdoor pollutants settling in your home.
Pollutants can come from the following areas: 

  • Structure
  • Paint
  • Carpet
  • Furnishings
  • Pets

Failure to circulate stagnant, interior air can result in health and comfort issues for family, friends, and other occupants.

Why Is Indoor Air Quality Testing Important?

Testing air quality conveys the health of indoor air. Between dust, smoking, dander, and mold, IAQ levels can get out of hand. Keep an eye on your property’s IAQ by changing air filters every 3 months, testing air quality annually, and hiring a professional for water damage repairs. 

How Do You Test Indoor Air Quality?

A professional takes air and surface-area samples and sends them to a lab for analysis. 

What Are the Most Common Causes of IAQ Problems?

Below are the most common causes of IAQ building issues:

  • Insufficient ventilation
  • Lack of fresh outdoor air 
  • Contaminated air throughout the building
  • Poor heating and AC system maintenance
  • Moisture damage (due to leaks, flooding, or high humidity)
  • Construction or remodeling
  • Contaminated indoor and outdoor  air

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality?

The DRIRITE® team provides practical solutions to help improve the air you breathe. Check out our indoor air quality services:

  • General HVAC maintenance
  • Advanced air filtration system installation and maintenance
  • Air duct cleaning + air filter cleaning
  • Humidity control system installation and maintenance

What is Considered Good IAQ?

The qualities of good IAQ include the following: 

  • Temperature 
  • Humidity
  • Fresh outdoor air supply
  • Indoor and outdoor pollutant control 

Why Should You Test Your Home Air Quality Regularly?

Regular testing prevents harmful pathogens from growing inside your property. With proper vigilance and proactive action, you can minimize the chances of mold growth, bacteria, and other microbes in your Tampa Bay home. 

What Are Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)?

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, volatile organic compounds are hazardous chemicals that become airborne when household items break down. These gas emissions include a variety of chemicals, some of which may have short-term and long-term adverse health effects.