Air Quality


After a water disaster, your home or business’s indoor air quality can be compromised. The high velocity airflow necessary for effective drying does more than evaporate moisture into the air – it also stirs up millions of microscopic particles that have been trapped in the carpet or have settled on structural materials.

At Cypress Mitigation, we use air scrubbers, or air filtration devices (AFDs), to prevent these undesirable and potentially harmful particles from remaining in the indoor environment.

Indoor Air Quality Management

Many people are concerned about the air quality in their community, but their concern is typically focused on the air outside, not inside.

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within and around buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. IAG can be affected by gases, particulates, microbial contaminants and more.

Studies show that over 97% of homes were found to have lower than acceptable levels of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). These findings were recorded based upon over 49,000 individual tests performed over a two-year period.

Cypress Mitigation can perform professional IAQ testing in your home or business. Samples are sent to the leading commercial lab in the United States for testing and a comprehensive report on your air quality. Then we can put air filtration devices in place to remove any identified harmful substances from your indoor environment.