Smoke and Soot Migration and Mapping
Combustion By-Product Sampling
Electronics and Equipment Inspection
Fire damage occurs in hundreds of thousands of building types each year in the US. FEMA reported 1,345,500 fires in 2015 alone. All building structure types can be directly or indirectly impacted by fire due to soot and ash. Wildfires are burning across the US continuously. Your air quality and health may be at risk. Smoke and soot are made up of hazardous particulate matter that can be inhaled into your lungs and bloodstream. Whether your home or building was the direct source of the fire or simply a victim of the fall-out, NES can identify soot particles too small to be seen by the naked eye. Our team of certified specialists is assisted by advanced technological equipment and accredited laboratories to bring a complete assessment of the test area.
Air quality standards are administered and enforced by the EPA on inhalable particles smaller than 10 micrometers. Our certified inspectors can evaluate your buildings exposure and risk, collect samples to identify the particles and provide a comprehensive solution-based report as the foundation for our next steps.