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High-quality and healthy indoor air is a basic condition for the well-being of building users. However, there are often contaminants in the indoor air of buildings that can cause different types of symptoms and health hazards to users. There are several factors that affect indoor air quality, which is why a study plan for each site is always drawn up on a case-by-case basis, and studies are often carried out in stages.


Indoor air quality can be affected by a number of different factors, such as room temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide content or tonnage. Gaseous and particulate pollutants such as microbes with their metabolites, VOCs or mineral wool fibers can also be present in indoor air. Occasionally, contaminants hidden in structures, such as PAHs, hydrocarbons, formaldehyde or asbestos, can also be detected in indoor air.


Our experts also perform the examinations required by demanding sites and health inspectors. A report is always prepared on the studies, describing the findings made and their conclusions, and proposals for further action are presented if necessary. If necessary, on the basis of the indoor air survey, more detailed fitness surveys can be carried out or a repair plan can be drawn up to improve indoor air quality.

Indoor air investigations are led by our Construction Health Specialists. An indoor air investigation consists of several research phases, the most common of which is sampling. With the modern measurement methods and tools we use, we implement extensive research entities professionally and cost-effectively.
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Specialist of asbestos and dangerous substances – Certificate of construction No C-25680-33-20

Virve Ruokamo


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