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Air Quality Testing | Benchmark Environmental

Air Quality Testing

Benchmark Environmental Engineering understands the importance of air quality testing. We’ll make sure you are aware of what pollutants are in the air around you.

If you’ve found out your neighbor has mold issues, call Benchmark Environmental Engineering in San Jose. We’re here to help you figure out if you need to worry about their mold problem becoming your problem. Let us help you decide what you can do now to protect yourself and your property. Common Types Of Mold […]

Benchmark Environmental Engineering is a San Jose based environmental consulting firm providing indoor air quality testing and inspection services for business owners, commercial and industrial property owners, government agencies, school districts, municipalities and homeowners throughout Northern and Southern California. Indoor air quality (IAQ) can be a major concern for building owners, property managers, and facilities and […]

Benchmark Environmental Engineering can test your air quality for the presence of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s). We can perform state-of-the-art testing in the San Jose area (and nationwide) to ensure that you, your loved ones or your employees are breathing air that is free of harmful contaminants. Don’t let your health be impacted by poor air […]

If sniffling, sneezing, coughing, headaches and fatigue are making your life miserable, contact Benchmark Environmental Engineering in the San Jose, California area to find out if allergens are the source of your problems. Even though you keep your home clean, there may be many invisible contaminants lurking in the very air you breathe. Our allergen […]

Benchmark Environmental Engineering provides silica testing in San Jose and throughout California in order to prevent employee exposure to harmful silica dust. New regulations have been released by OSHA regarding respirable crystalline silica, which reduces the permissible exposure limit and requires employers to utilize engineering controls to prevent workers from breathing in this harmful substance. There are also […]