Indoor Science has been deemed an essential service and is open for all services, including COVID consulting work.

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



As Seen On:

Indoor Science on ABC Eyewitness News Chicago
Indoor Science on Chicago Tonight
Indoor Science on Curious City

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

Read more on our blog »

Covid-19: what precautions are we taking?

Times are uncertain, the novel coronavirus pandemic is unprecedented, and tensions are high. We understand; that’s why we’re taking precautions to give you one less thing to worry about. Indoor Science has served Chicago and Chicagoland for over 15 years and we’re not stopping now. As essential workers, we will continue performing residential and commercial

Read More »

Relative Humidity and Mold

One of the more interesting projects that I’ve worked on in recent years involved a church and mold growing on the pew cushions of the sanctuary.  The client was concerned not only about the mold, but how the mold managed to get there.  Mold needs moisture in order to grow, but there wasn’t a flood

Read More »