Environmental Science

Hazardous materials, ‘sick-buildings’, and environmental health
Investigation of:

  • Mould growth and mould spores
  • Volatile Compounds (VOCs)
  • Lead, chromium and other potentially hazardous materials in paints
  • Anthrax spores in hair plasters
  • Potentially hazardous dust and particulate matter (excluding Asbestos)

Building biology
Investigation of:

  • Pigeon infestations and other avian infestations
  • Insect infestations
  • Other vermin
  • Bat occupancy
  • Owl occupancy
  • Trees and tree roots affecting buildings

Materials and structures
Investigation of:

  • Natural stone, brickwork and masonry
  • Renders
  • Modern and historic pain systems
  • Curtain walling
  • Lath and plaster
  • Roof tiles, slates, membranes and fixings
  • Roof leaks
  • Iron cramps and hoop-iron bonds in masonry
  • Concretes and mortars

Inspection of:

  • Windows and glazing
  • Metal roofing, leadwork and lead sheet corrosion
  • Roof drainage systems
  • Cavity wall ties
  • Corrosion to structural iron and steel

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