Concerned about your indoor air?

Why Choose Indoor Science?

“Science” is in our name for a reason. We use the most advanced instruments and use the scientific method when performing indoor air quality testing.

Chose Indoor Science to have a nationally-recognized expert involved in your project. There is no other air quality testing company in Chicago that can match our knowledge and years of experience with assessing the indoor environment.

Call us now at 312.920.9393



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Uniquely Independent

Most companies performing air quality testing are ultimately trying to sell you something: an air filtration system, duct cleaning services, mold remediation, etc. They do air quality testing to get their foot in the door so they can upsell you on unnecessary solutions.

When hiring Indoor Science, you get a professional indoor air quality evaluation with no conflicts of interest. Although we do not sell any products or abatement services, we may recommend these things to ensure your air quality problems are solved.

Questions? Call us now at 312.920.9393

Recent Blog Posts

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How Illinois Mold Saved the World

Gather ‘round the computer screen, as I recite a tale of yore. Way off in a dark and mysterious land known as “Peoria, Illinois” (my hometown) comes the legend of Moldy Mary, and how her magic spoiled fruit helped save millions of lives. This may sound like the talk of storybooks and tall tales... you aren’t likely to see her name in history books.

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Can Pesticides Linger After Application?

Pesticides are chemicals that are used to kill different types of organisms including fungi, bacteria, and insects.  These chemicals are typically sprayed onto fields or in homes where pests may be lurking. When using pesticides, we often only think about it’s intended effect which is to eliminate the pest.  However, we rarely consider the effects on air quality after pesticides are sprayed. In this blog post, I will provide some information on pesticides and testing for these chemicals.

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