The Building Inspector! provides testing solutions for Formaldehyde throughout Southern California. Call us today to schedule to have your Lumber Liquidators or other brand laminate flooring tested for Formaldehyde.
Air Testing (Instant Results)
Results are instantly generated from a machine - We test each room with the flooring
Air Testing (Lab Analyzed)
Results are analyzed by a chemist at the lab - Results in 5 business days - We test each room with the flooring
Flooring Material Testing
A sample is taken by our inspectors - Results are analyzed by a chemist at the lab - Results in 10 business days
Learn more about our new Formaldehyde Air Testing with Instant Results in our Indoor Air Quality Blog. $195 anywhere in Southern California. Instant Results. Report Same Day.
Our air testing methods for testing for Formaldehyde are quick and simple. Testing only takes a few minutes, our lab analyzes the sample and provides us with results documenting the levels of Formaldehyde found in Parts Per Million or Micrograms per Cubic Meter. This will determine the level of exposure to Formaldehyde in your homes indoor air. If it is above the EPA mandated level then we will be able to determine that there is in fact a problem.
Our inspectors are professionally certified and qualified to perform Formaldehyde testing, our lab is independent, eliminating a conflict of interest and we provide you with the documentation you will need to prove your case that the Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring installed in your home is the cause of the high levels of Formaldehyde found in your homes indoor air.
The Building Inspector! provides comprehensive indoor air quality testing for Formaldehyde, including Formaldehyde found in Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring. Our inspectors are certified and professionally trained for indoor air quality and Formaldehyde testing. We offer services throughout Orange County, San Diego County and Los Angeles. We also serve Riverside and the Inland Empire. Call us today to schedule and appointment to have your Lumber Liquidators laminate flooring tested for Formaldehyde.
The EPA states that Formaldehyde is unsafe if its air content exceeds 0.83 PPM (Parts Per Million).