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Allergies & Sick buildings

Allergies are increasing and although many can originate from foods some are triggered by buildings and either their components contents or living conditions.

New regulations to futher insulate buildings coupled to double glazing, removal of ventilation can very often result in the development  of many allergy causing situations.These added to the use of various known chemical additives to products or materials can produce the typical allergic reactions so often difficult to establish the cause of.

Typical allergic reactions:

        • Flu like symptoms
        • Hives and rashes
        • Eczema
        • Headache
        • Sore eyes
        • Sinus condition
        • Depression

We provide an environmental assessment to assess or identify what could be causing the symptoms. This non medical investigation scientifically investigates  the following components:

        • Indoor Air Quality
        • Condensation  
        • Dust assessments
        • Living style
        • Airbonre contaminates
        • Environmental conditions and growth factors
        • Dust mite and faeces
        • Cockroach and dander
        • Mould and humididty factors
        • Air exchanges and leakage
        • Thermal bridging
        • Thermal breaks

Cost and Scope

From experience we have found that food allergy specialists invariably struggle to identify triggers, and sometimes triggers require an initiator too. We cannot guarentee results but all samples are sent to a world class  laboratory in the United States for detailed analysis and report. Where the identification may not be guaranteed the elimination of environmetal components can be a great help.

 

Please call or (email) with an outline for a detailed proposal. 08700 789 999

 

  
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