IAQ Formaldehyde Testing for LEED
LEED projects pursuing (EQc3.2) Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) testing prior to occupancy face a number of challenges.
You must identify how many testing locations are required and find a qualified professional to perform the testing within a short scheduling window. There are numerous best practices that increase the likelihood of earning this LEED credit on the first test, but without an experienced LEED consultant you may be left holding a big invoice with no points to show for it!
LEED Indoor Air Quality Testing Success
Healthy Building Science is an experienced green building consulting company with expertise in indoor environmental testing. We help you define the number of necessary testing locations, work with your construction schedule, and perhaps most importantly give you tips that increase your odds of passing the tests the first time.
LEED IAQ Testing Benefits
We are a professional consulting service company. We have partnered with accredited laboratories to provide quick turnaround of lab results so the building can be occupied more quickly. Either working for the owner or the lead design professional, we offer full-service LEED IAQ Testing.
We Offer Full-Service LEED IAQ Testing
- Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOCs)
- 4-Phenylcyclohexane (4-PCH)
- Carbon Monoxide