EnviroBliss is a company whose mission is to help our community and clients by becoming aware of environmental problems that affect their homes, offices, and workplaces that in turn will negatively affect their holistic well being. Our goal translates from making awareness into something positive by correcting such problems. Our seasoned staff demonstrates their expertise in performing indoor environmental solutions including: allergen and asthma trigger identification and remediation: microbiological: heating-ventilation-air-conditioning (HVAC) system evaluation. Other areas of our expertise include the preliminary determination and remediation of water damage related mold problems; odor identification and reduction; and A/C and duct system cleaning, disinfection and re-insulation. Insulation replacement is highly recommended when there is evidence of damage, deterioration, mold growth or excessive moisture accumulation within an HVAC system. We are one of the pioneer companies in the mold remediation industry to incorporate glycerine-based fogging methods to remove suspended inflammatory micro-particles. We are specialized in fine cleaning for health concerned individuals. We are also trained to install commercial air cleaner and ventilation systems. Our outside laboratories are fully recognized, accredited, and also state certified. Since 2007 EnviroBliss has been engaged and successfully completed thousands of indoor environmental evaluations and decontamination projects. We are pleased to provide references upon request.
Our preliminary determination and remediation services are performed in accordance with applicable industrial hygiene standards and government regulations. EnviroBliss employees are certified by the ACAC, American Council for Accredited Certification; formerly American Indoor Air Quality Council. We also hold EPA’s Universal certification in the Air Conditioning Technology. Our indoor environmental evaluation includes an evaluation of the HVAC system’s hygienic condition. This evaluation also provides a visual and non-invasive walk through inspection to identify allergen chemical vapor emitting sources and to evaluate any water damage, mold, and odor problems. Once done, we ensure an accurate report specifying our observations, test results, and recommendations for effective and cost-efficient remediation. Our recommendations also include engineering controls to provide the safety and health of workers and occupants. Other recommendations are also provided for routine maintenance improvements that can prevent a recurrence of such conditions. From our experience performing thousands of indoor environmental evaluations and clean-ups of homes, and offices, we have learned that most environmental problems that lead to allergic, asthmatic, and toxic responses are caused by one more of the following…
Any discoloration on water damaged sheet-rock, painted plaster, and ceiling tiles indicates probable fungal growth. Any black discoloration on these surfaces indicates probable toxigenic fungal growth which must be removed with extreme care. Greenish discoloration on these surfaces indicates probable penicillium growth.
If dirt and debris have accumulated within the HVAC system, microbial growth can occur when sufficient moisture becomes available. Reports of chronic sinusitis are common in buildings with fan-coil units (combination A/C and heating units installed beneath windows in most buildings) that contain damaged or deteriorated fiberglass insulation and fungal growth. Similar problems are common in the air handlers and ductwork. High levels of toxic, infectious, allergenic, fungal, and bacterial growth are frequently detected in these systems. In interior bathrooms and kitchens, exhaust openings are required by NYC Building Code to have suction 24 hours/day. Otherwise, particles including mold, bacteria, and tobacco smoke are likely to infiltrate into the living space through these openings.
Most exhaust air from vacuums, spew out a large percentage of the particles that they collect including fungal spores, bacteria, and dust mites.
Dried saliva, dander, and cat and dog hair accumulate on couches, comforters, and pillows, resulting in exposures by touching and inhaling. Pigeons on window sills and pet birds may also cause exposures.
The NHI concluded that cockroach allergens are the primary cause of increased asthma
incidence in inner cities.
The biggest breeding grounds for dust mites are on your pillows, mattresses, down comforters, couches, and upholstered chairs.
The primary fresh air source in high rise apartments is the common hallway air that often contains high levels of particulates including mold and tobacco smoke.