IAQ Testing, Office & Commercial


214-533-7445 (text or call) – casewoodward@gmail.com

Serving the Dallas – Fort Worth and surrounding area

From churches to television stations, we’ve worked with small companies to large national headquarters when they have employee health complaints or simply want their air checked for due diligence.

$500 IAQ Testing  per floor or area in a high rise building.  This is a flat rate with no surprises. We use modern real time equipment, which gives us the advantage of testing in more areas for a more complete picture.

Do you even have an indoor air quality problem?  If so, what is causing the problem?  How do we fix the problem?  This is what we answer with our IAQ Testing.  To answer these questions, we take multiple air test using the latest state of the art equipment, which gives us real time results.

What Is Tested?

The IAQ testing will test your indoor air for the following most common contaminants that cause illnesses according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and OSHA.

  1. PM10 – Coarse dust particles. Particles between 2.5 and 10 micrometers in diameter are referred to as “coarse.” Sources of coarse particles include mold spores, pollen, dust mites, insect parts,crushing or grinding operations, and dust stirred up by vehicles traveling on roads.
  2. PM2.5 – Fine particles (PM2.5). Particles less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter are called “fine” particles. These particles are so small they can be detected only with an electron microscope. Sources of fine particles include all types of combustion, including motor vehicles, power plants, residential wood burning, forest fires, agricultural burning, and some industrial processes.
  3. Total Suspended Particles – These would be larger particles found than PM10 & PM2.5, but still small enough to breathe in. These larger particles would be more of the allergen size.
  4. Nitrogen Dioxide
  5. Sulfur Dioxide
  6. Carbon Monoxide
  7. Carbon Dioxide
  8. Ammonia
  9. Formaldehyde
  10. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
  11. Temperature
  12. Relative Humidity

Meet Your Inspector

Inspector Case

Case Woodward has years of experience testing indoor air quality, mold inspections, lead paint testing, Radon and EMF testing and has all his licenses where required.  

“Casey was very prompt, professional, and informative. The experience was pleasant and he answered our questions and had suggestions for us going forward. We are greatly relieved and informed. Companies like this put integrity back in the mix. Thank you!” – Elizabeth G.,  Dallas

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you provide an honest assessment?

We have no other products or services to sell you, so our recommendations, if any, will be free of conflict of interest.

Q: I’m dealing with an employee complaint. How do you handle this?

While we are pleasant, courteous and good listeners … you will find that we don’t answer any questions from employees. If an employee ask us what we are doing, we simply respond that we are testing the air conditioning/heating system.

Q: If I want privacy, can you do your testing after work hours or on the weekends?

Yes we can. A small after hours fee may apply however. We do recommend that testing is done during normal work hours, which can give us more accurate results.

Q: My area is larger than a single floor in a high rise building. What would your price be?

Just contact us with the approximate square feet of the area you want inspected and we will give you a quote.

Q: Are you licensed?

We have all licenses that the State of Texas requires for indoor air quality testing.