[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Dust can be a major nuisance and allergen in our indoor environments, but it can be a great indicator of what we are exposed to on a daily basis. Furthermore, with the right conditions dust can be a feeding ground for Dust Mites. CMI can be prevent and eliminate this problem by Dust Testing.
What is in Dust?
House dust is a mixture of many substances. Its content varies from home to home and business to business, but the most commonly found in dust mold spores, insect fragments, dust mites, dead human and animal skin, fibers and building materials.
Dust mites, close relatives of ticks and spiders, are too small to see without a microscope. Dust mites eat skin cells shed by people, and they thrive in warm, humid environments. In most homes, bedding, upholstered furniture and carpeting provide an ideal environment for dust mites.
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Identifying Indoor Air Quality Issues in the home or business
Determining the presence of poor indoor air quality requires sophisticated equipment and training. Dust testing is risky if not conducted by a professional.
Sampling Dust: Samples of dust are collected from a variety of sources that can contain pathogens. Such as the HVAC system ducts or bedding, then sealed and sent to the lab.
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