Indoor environmental conditions
have become one of the biggest concerns in homes, buildings and workplaces. Faulty construction and poor building maintenance contribute to most indoor air quality problems. Our staff has extensive expertise
in evaluating all these factors.
Mold growth, loose fiberglass, and a lack of fresh air exchange are known contributors to most occupant complaints, and can generally be prevented through maintenance
programs. Mold growth in buildings has become a tremendous liability, to the point that the insurance industry can no longer afford remediation costs and is looking to discontinue its coverage.
Oncore can help your maintenance staff establish a tailored preventative maintenance program that will eliminate your building's most likely causes of poor air quality.
Our Board Certified Industrial Hygienists and engineers can identify potential problems by analyzing occupant symptoms and conducting visual inspections of building conditions. The building and its mechanical
systems play an important role in the control of indoor air conditions. Oncore provides detailed evaluations to include fresh air and humidity
monitoring, bioaerosol sampling, mold species identification and indoor particulate identification.