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Helena Air Quality Testing

Above & Beyond Certified Home Inspections specializes in indoor air quality inspections in both residential and commercial properties. Our certified inspectors work with local realtors, property managers, and individuals alike to provide quick, affordable, and reliable air quality testing services.

Request a quote for our services today. Reach our team at (406) 799-3917.

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Protect Your Home—and Your Health—from Pollutants

Your indoor air quality is vital to your health and your home’s well-being. Contaminants from smoke, moisture, pollution, and the earth can lead to both short- and long-term consequences, impacting everything from the structural integrity of your property to your sleep schedule.

Above & Beyond Certified Home Inspections provides full-service solutions to protect you against such contaminants. We offer a complete range of air quality services to survey, monitor, and mitigate air quality issues. Whether you’re worried about reventilated air, aerosol particles, or pet dander, we have you covered with in-depth inspections, robust testing, and the industry’s leading solutions.

We can help you:

  • Detect leaks and moisture
  • Identify sources of lead, radon, and asbestos contamination
  • Reduce symptoms from allergies, asthma, and other conditions
  • Improve breathing and air quality
  • Reduce throat and eye irritation
  • Eliminate mold spores
  • Improve sleep and reduce fatigue
  • Alleviate symptoms like nausea, dizziness, coughing, and sneezing

Our inspection process is tested, trusted, and proven to work, giving you long-term relief from nearly all potential air contaminants. Whether you worry about mold or moisture, dust or dander, Above & Beyond Certified Home Inspections has you covered with solutions you can trust.

Common indoor airborne pollutants include:

  • Carbon dioxide
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Dust mites, dander, and other allergens
  • Mold and yeast
  • Radon
  • Lead
  • Asbestos

We work closely with our clients to mitigate all such issues and ensure clean, safe air inside your home or business. Our services can help all feel safer, healthier, and better about the air they breathe. Take advantage and book an assessment today.

Complete Air Quality Solutions

Enjoy the most comprehensive air quality testing available. We offer 360o solutions to ensure your air is safe from all contaminants and pollutants. Whether you need your air checked for radon, mold, or allergens, we have you covered with our state-of-the-art testing services.

We use the cutting edge in air particle detection and monitoring. Our industry-leading inspection process relies on the latest detection equipment and safe, non-destructive techniques (NDTs).

Our emphasis on technology allows us to perform a wide range of air tests to ensure complete peace of mind for our clients. Our meticulous approach ensures accurate, reliable results.

Our air quality services include:

  • General air quality testing
  • Moisture testing
  • Radon testing
  • Post-remediation inspections
  • VOC and gas-leak detection
  • Allergen testing
  • Carbon monoxide detection
  • …and more

We boast a complete range of testing, monitoring, and inspection equipment to provide a full assessment of your indoor air quality. With our services, you’ll be able to breathe easier knowing your health is safe, your air is clean, and your home contaminant-free.

Breathe Easier with Above & Beyond Certified Home Inspections

Bad air quality doesn’t have to be a lifelong problem. With our services, you can mitigate pollutants to avoid damage, improve safety, and improve your overall health. We help our clients manage their air quality to ensure their air remains safe to breathe.

Our time-tested air quality solutions provide comprehensive results for total effectiveness. We use industry-leading mitigation techniques to repair, remediate, and eliminate bad air in your home. Whether you’ve noticed some water damage or felt dizzy recently, we’re here to help. With our innovative air quality solutions, you’ll be able to breathe easy once again.

Potential effects of poor air quality include:

  • Moisture damage
  • Foul odors
  • Excessive dust and airborne particles
  • Mold growth
  • Condensation

In humans, poor air quality can cause the following:

  • Fatigue, dizziness
  • Coughing or sneezing
  • Watery eyes
  • Irritated skin or eyes
  • Headaches
  • Rashes
  • Asthma
  • Lung cancer

Generally, you should have your air quality tested on a regular basis to ensure it’s free from possible contaminants, particularly less noticeable ones like radon. If you suspect your air may not be up to snuff, don’t hesitate to get in touch to book an inspection today. We’ll be happy to discuss your options with you in a no-obligation consultation before giving you an upfront quote for the job. We’ll make sure you have all the information you need to make an educated decision on your indoor air quality.

To book your consultation, be sure to contact us today.

Air Quality Solutions You Can Trust

Once we’ve assessed your indoor air quality, we’ll discuss the potentials of pollutants detected and offer ways to eliminate the problem. We offer thoughtful advice and smart solutions to reduce contaminants. We’ll work closely with you, laying out your options so you know your best course of action. With our help, you’ll be breathing easier in no time.

Professional Property Inspections

Our company provides certified, impartial reporting on indoor air quality in homes and businesses across town. Whether you're a homeowner experiencing respiratory problems, a realtor preparing to sell a building, or a business owner preparing for extensive renovations, our professional inspectors will provide you with the information you need to make educated decisions regarding your property.

We've earned ourselves a reputation in the local industry for our in-depth evaluations and individualized customer support. There are many possible causes of reduced indoor air quality, the main ones being asbestos, mold, allergens, and air pollutants. Our inspectors will methodically test each possible cause to pinpoint the issue and its source.

The Day of Your Property Inspection

What to Expect

On the day of your inspection, you can expect a certified professional to arrive promptly on time at your doorstep in a clean company uniform. We'll begin our inspection by chatting with you about your experiences and any physical symptoms you may have had. Sources of contamination vary significantly from property to property, so we'll use the information you give us as a baseline in our hunt to identify the nature of the problem.

From there, we'll test the moisture and humidity levels with advanced infrared cameras and air quality detectors. Rest assured, our company has invested heavily in our equipment. The devices we use are state-of-the-art and extremely sensitive and precise. Our team members will test every room, with emphasis on furnace areas, basements, ductwork, and pipe networks. Next, we'll take an air sample to conduct a lab test to determine what kind and what volume of spores might be in the air.

Typically, our lab testing takes at least one day to perform. When we receive the results, we'll put together an official written report of your property's air quality. Should you require any further clarification on the findings, our staff will be at your service to walk you through the details of the analysis from start to finish.

Questions About Air Quality

Poor air quality can lead to a host of health risks. We understand how concerning and stressful it can be when you're unsure of the air quality in your personal living or business environment. That's why our staff are always willing to help you in any way we can by offering you our industry insight and professional, unbiased advice. Rest assured, if our inspectors suspect that your health and safety is at risk in any way, it's our duty to let you know.

Some of the questions we're frequently asked are:

  • Could the air quality in my home be the cause of my persistent headaches and other physical irritations and health complaints?
  • How can I ensure that the air quality in my commercial property is safe and not causing health problems in my employees?
  • Is there a way to test for air pollutants that cannot be detected by smell or sight, such as carbon monoxide?

If you have any questions or concerns about the air quality in your home or business, don't hesitate to drop us a line. Our seasoned experts will listen carefully to your experiences to determine any potential cause for concern, and we'll gladly schedule an appointment with you to conduct a full air quality test at your earliest convenience.

Health Problems Related to Air Quality Conditions

Since we spend most of our lives indoors, the air quality in our Helena homes and commercial properties should be a central concern. Over time, hidden contaminants and toxins can pose a very real threat that leads to serious ailments. It can cause chronic headaches, prolonged nasal congestion, respiratory skin and eye irritation and other severe health problems.

The very best way to protect the health of your family or your clients and employees is to invest in an air quality test.

Finding the Source of Indoor Air Quality Issues

Experienced Above & Beyond Certified Home Inspections air quality inspectors go through your entire property using advanced tools and specialized equipment like thermal imaging in order to identify the variety of components affecting and contributing to the poor air quality. Our indoor air inspectors get to the root of any issue with accurate and reliable assessments that locate the source of the problem. We provide Helena with practical solutions that keep your loved ones and properties safe.

Improving Air Quality in Your Home

Nothing is more important to you than the health and overall well-being of your family members. If you have yet to test your home's air quality, you may be putting your loved ones at risk. Respiratory issues and other illnesses can be caused or triggered by allergens in the air.

Our expert team offers you the chance to not only test your air quality but rid it of harmful contaminants and bacteria too. We provide comprehensive dehumidifying and decontamination services tailored to your needs, giving you better quality air for the long term. Here at Above & Beyond Certified Home Inspections, we don’t believe in halfway solutions. We believe in delivering the best quality solutions driven by our years of experience and innovative testing techniques.

Our services have helped countless homeowners feel healthier, safer, and more at ease. We’re confident we can do the same for you, too.

Ensuring that your residential environment is healthy has never been easier - contact us to get started!

What Does Indoor Air Quality Inspection Look for?

Air isn’t just oxygen. It contains a plethora of gases and particles—some of which can be potentially dangerous to human health.

At Above & Beyond Certified Home Inspections, we use extensive testing methods to look for all types of contaminants and particles to check that your air has a healthy composition. Substances like carbon dioxide, mold, and humidity are just some of the things we consider. We also examine your air to check for a complete range of substances—some perhaps lesser-known, but just as destructive to human health.

Here are just a few reasons why the people of Helena should have an air quality test performed.

Gas Leaks and combustion

Household gas stoves, furnaces and space heaters, if not properly maintained can cause indoor air pollution that not only makes you sick but also turns your home into a safety hazard. If the property does not have proper ventilation, then the gases remain in the air waiting to be inhaled. There is also an added danger, what with the combustibility of some of these gases. Meaning: lack of detection or maintenance could result in a fire or worse, an explosion.


This colorless and odorless gas, comes mostly from low level decaying uranium, found in soil. When it is exposed to the open air radon is harmless because it dissipates. However, a crack in a foundation can lead to a radon buildup in a home or building. This is extremely dangerous, since radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the USA.

Tobacco Smoke

Tobacco smoke is one of the leading indoor air pollutants. Environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) can contribute significantly to acute and chronic health issues, including coughing, asthma, heart disease, and lung cancer. Not only can humans suffer—buildings can, too. Smoke lingers indoors and can leave behind unpleasant odors. The particles in smoke can also cause yellowish-brown stains on walls, ceilings, and floors, which can be expensive to repair.


You have probably all heard of the dangers of asbestos and how exposure can lead to various health problems, even death. Although newly constructed buildings do not use asbestos as material, there still is a significant amount of asbestos in older homes and businesses throughout Helena.

Affordable Air Quality Testing

We know how important it is to ensure the overall safety of your residential or commercial space. We also know that many of our clients are working on a tight budget. To provide quality services to as many clients as possible, our team is very proud to offer competitive rates on air testing services. We will be happy to provide you with a detailed cost estimate before we get to work - reach us to learn more!

Over the years, we’ve developed a streamlined air testing procedure to ensure comprehensive results while driving down costs. Our commitment to efficiency means we manage to save you time and money without compromising on quality. We believe in fairness, honesty, and transparency—and our affordable prices are a testament to those values. We want everyone to benefit from our services. And with our fair prices, we’re making sure they do.

Discover What Improved Air Quality Means for Your Property

Once we have tested the air quality in your home, our experts will be happy to recommend a course of action to improve it. This may involve improving ventilation in your home by installing a fan, investing in an air filter, or having mold and asbestos removed by an expert.

Invest in Air Quality Before You Sell

If you are looking to sell your home or business property in the near future, investing in an air quality inspection is probably a good idea. Buyers are on the lookout for a property that is move-in ready - a home or business space that needs little to no investment. Finding mold, asbestos, or other bacteria right before you sell will significantly lower the value of your property, so be sure to know what you're dealing with.

Our expert team specializes in pre-sale inspections. We know what buyers are looking for and will help you get your property in great shape for buying

Signs you Need an Indoor Air Quality Inspection

  • Persistent headaches, respiratory problems, skin irritations and other issues associated with air quality concerns that do not respond to traditional treatment
  • Unidentified concerns about air quality when buying a home or commercial property
  • Odors associated with moisture-related problems - (Mildew)

Above & Beyond Certified Home Inspections inspectors customize our air quality testing with a brief and a specified evaluation of lifestyle habits and other elements that might be contributing factors in your or a family members deteriorating health. We are here to help you with any concerns you have with the air quality in your Helena property. Call us for answers to any questions you may have.

Contact the Areas Most Trusted Property Inspectors

Our Great Falls inspectors have more than a little experience working in home and business properties. If you are at all concerned about the quality of your air, whether you or a loved one are experiencing health issues, or if you're simply curious, our experts will be happy to work with you. Our air quality testing is fast, efficient, and of the highest quality. We will test the moisture levels and humidity using nothing but the industry's best tools and techniques. We can let you know what irritants affect your air quality and the best ways to combat them head-on.

To learn more about what our team has to offer or to schedule an air quality inspection at your earliest convenience, please dial (406) 799-3917 today.

We look forward to doing business with you!

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