Water & Air

Our primary aim is to improve your peace of mind through
quality air & water testing and treatment.

Water Quality Air Quality

Water Quality

Quality water is vital to overall wellness

Quality water is vital to overall good health and wellness. Testing your water regularly is an important part of maintaining a safe and reliable source.

Unfortunately, drinking contaminated groundwater can have serious health effects. Diseases such as hepatitis and dysentery may be caused by contamination from septic tank waste.

Toxins can also leach into well water supplies. Not all water quality problems can be easily detected without proper testing. The water may look and taste good, but may actually be unsafe to drink.

Run-off pollutants can seep into groundwater. Things like microorganisms, heavy metals, lead, copper, household waste, fluoride and more can all be found in traces in ground water.

Our qualified specialists are committed to the expert sampling and testing of your water. We provide a professional interpretation of your results, identifying and offering solutions to any problems your water supply may have.

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Common Water Contaminants

What’s in your water?


Does your tap water smell or taste like chlorine? It is widely used in municipal water supplies for disinfecting your drinking water.


Iron in water can create dry, itchy skin and can actually cause appliances to wear down due to limescale buildup and mineral deposits.


Arsenic in your water may be more common than you think and can lead to the possibility of certain cancers and other health problems.


Lead enters your water supply from lead pipes, brass fittings, and industrial processes. It tastes sweet, and typically shows no symptoms.

Coliform and E. coli

Septic systems or agricultural runoff can result in bacterial contamination and can persist for years; it can’t always be detected through sight, smell or taste.


Contamination caused by fertilizers, livestock manure, and erosion of natural deposits pose health risks for everyone, especially infants and pregnant women.

Protect your family by testing your home for radon.

What is radon?

Radon is a colourless, odourless gas that can seep undetected into your home and cause lung cancer. Protect your family by testing your home for radon.

Radon is a radioactive gas that is produced naturally by the breakdown of uranium in the ground. Since radon can’t be seen, smelled, or tasted, it can get into your home undetected. In outdoor air, radon is diluted and therefore not a concern. But in confined spaces like your house, radon can build up to high levels and become a health risk.

Radon can enter your home any place where the house touches the soil and there is an opening.

Health risks

Radon exposure increases your risk of developing lung cancer. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.

Your risk of cancer depends on several factors:

the level of radon in your house
how long you are exposed
whether you smoke (exposure to radon and tobacco use together can significantly increase your risk of lung cancer)

Possible entry points into your home include:

The amount of radon in your home will depend on many factors, including the amount of uranium in the ground, the number of entry points into your home, and how well your home is ventilated.

cracks in foundation walls and floor slabs
construction joints
window casements
floor drains
dirt floors

Air Quality

Poor indoor air quality can affect your health

Mould spores float around us everyday looking for a new source of food and moisture to start growing, which your body’s immune system can normally manage with no problems.

Mould spore counts in your home can rapidly reach unhealthy levels in a short period of time and cause serious symptoms, which you may attribute to cold or allergies.

We understand that every client deserves honesty, integrity and reliability, and we are committed to providing the best customer experience possible.

Indoor Air Contaminants

There are 3 main types of air pollutants.

Mould and Fungi

Dampness is one of the most common causes of poor indoor air in homes. Fix any moisture problems right away.
(Biological Pollutant)


Legionella are bacteria that live in water that can cause illness resulting in pneumonia, fever, and muscle pain.
(Biological Pollutant)

Pollen and Spores

Aeroallergens are pollen and spores in the air that cause allergic responses—most often hay fever, asthma and eczema.
(Biological Pollutant)

Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)

Nitrogen dioxide can increase your risk for breathing problems. Main sources in homes include gas stoves and fireplaces.
(Chemical Pollutant)

Carbon Monoxide (CO)

Carbon monoxide is an odourless gas that can be fatal. You should have at least one CO alarm installed in your home.
(Chemical Pollutant)


Radon is a colourless, odourless gas that can seep undetected into your home and cause lung cancer.
(Radiological Pollutant)

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