Is the Air You’re Breathing Safe?
Bonded and Certified by the Minnesota Department of Health.
Extended dampness, poor filtration, humidity, flooding, and organic matter lead to the growth of bacteria, which results in mold.
Radon has no smell or taste, and can be detrimental to your health if ingested in copious amounts.
A well-maintained HVAC system with regularly replaced filters and cleaned coils is the best way to have improved and sustained air quality for your whole family.
The peace of mind knowing that my house has clean air for our family to breathe is priceless. The company was thorough, efficient and very professional. Top notch service. Glad I made the choice to have this done and very happy I chose this company to do it!
I would highly recommend them to anyone based on there highly skilled employees, competitive pricing and professionalism.
My wife and I hired Advanced Air Quality Consultants 1 year after moving into our newly built home. The technician who came to our home took the time to explain what he would be doing and how long it would take. Instantly after that cleaning we noticed a drastic improvement with air flow and a MUCH cleaner and dust free home
Twin Cities Mold and Radon Air Quality Testing Company
Ensure the health and well-being of your family.
“Advanced Air Quality Consultants” (AAQC) is a locally owned Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) certified company that offers Minnesota residential, commercial, and industrial building owners expert inspection and testing services.
As an IAQA member we have earned independent certification by the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC). Our company provides a blend of the most economical and effective means of testing air, identifying the root cause of indoor air quality problems, and providing steps to remedy the source to prevent future compromise air quality.
We are experts specializing in Minnesota mold testing and indoor air quality as contaminants often vary from state to state and region to region. Mold and radon are the most common culprits contaminating Minnesota properties and exposing families and businesses to potential unseen dangers.