Indoor Air Quality

When it comes to tackling issues surrounding indoor air quality, Denver-based S&R Environmental has become a recognized leader in finding solutions for both commercial and residential clients.

Indoor Air QualityWhen the air environment is contaminated, serious problems can result especially for children, the elderly and sensitive populations such as those with weakened immune systems. That’s why the EPA, OSHA, the National Institute for Occupational and Safety Health (NIOSH), and the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) have established air quality standards, as well as exposure guidelines for numerous chemicals.

How We Help You

Because a great many environmental factors can contribute to indoor air quality issues, S&R will:


  • Conduct interviews to try and determine what types of chemicals may be circulating in the air.
  • Document information regarding allergic-type responses (such as eye, ear, and nose irritation) and other responses to air irritants.
  • Perform extensive air sampling, then test and evaluate those samples to rule out potential sources of contamination and continue this process until we ultimately uncover the source of the problem.


Our staff works in conjunction with world renowned medical facilities in analyzing and assessing the complications associated with poor indoor air quality. Our goal is to do everything we can to protect you against environmental dangers and prevent the health problems that can arise from poor or contaminated air quality.

S&R also offers comprehensive Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Commissioning Services for Indoor Air Quality Credits. Our experienced professionals are knowledgeable in the sampling and analytical methods recommended by the United State Green Building Council (USGBC).

Project Experience

Through partnering with several public schools systems in Colorado, indoor air quality complaints are being successfully addressed. S&R also works with residential and commercial real estate developers throughout Colorado to investigate the source of indoor air quality issues.