Air Quality TestingIt is important in air quality testing to perform the following:
(1) get a good idea of the actual problem facing your client. Often, this requires several phone calls to different staff members and a visit to the affected area,
(2) choose the right instruments for the testing, you want your results to be specific to the problem in hand,
(3) interpret the results carefully and with reference to standards or guidelines that are relevant again to the problem facing your client.
Here at AEM, client satisfaction is paramount. If we haven't solved the problem, we haven't been successful. After all, whats the point of going in to an office, performing a lot of tests, charging accordingly, then leaving your client with a bunch of data they don't completely understand.