Charlotte, NC –– Ferguson Enterprises is the latest HVAC distributor to carry the IAQ Screen Check product line in North Carolina and is excited to partner with Building Health Check in providing IAQ solutions to their air conditioning dealers as well as their valued customers.
Founded in 1953 and headquartered in Newport News, Va., Ferguson is the country's largest wholesale distributor of plumbing supplies; pipes, valves and fittings; heating and cooling equipment; waterworks; mechanical and industrial; bathrooms and appliances; tools and safety equipment; and fire protection products.
Building Health Check, manufacturers of the IAQ Screen Check product line, have designed an economical and easy to use do-it-yourself IAQ testing program for consumers and commercial clients. The IAQ Screen Check product line can identify numerous indoor contaminants such as: mold, bacteria, allergens, dust mite, formaldehyde, organic vapor compounds, legionella, mycotoxins, staphylococcus sp, fiberglass and more making identifying indoor contaminants easy and inexpensive.
The IAQ Screen Check product line is being distributed directly to consumers via (www.IAQScreenCheck.com) along with other online distributors such as Nordic Pure, Sylvan Allergy, Allergy Buyers club as well as HVAC distributors Carrier Air Conditioning, Yandle-Witherspoon Supply, Victors Distributing, among many others.
One of the newer products is the Organic Vapor Screen Check (OVSC) that allows the occupant the ability to screen for over 50 common indoor chemicals. The OVSC will provide concentration of each chemical isolated and all have occupational exposure limits. They are all common chemicals that may exist in the home or office.
The IAQ Screen Check family of do-it-yourself products includes:
Demetrius Mourafis, president of Delta Mechanical stated: “I want to thank you for introducing to my firm the IAQ Screen Check. This additional IAQ service that we provide has been a bonanza for my firm as we constantly strive to provide our clients with turn key services. Your AIHA accredited lab has been wonderful to work with. Again, we thank you and look forward to the continued success with your IAQ Screen Check products and lab services.”
Clients of the IAQ Screen Check product line includes thousands of consumers as well as many commercial clients such as: Department of Justice - Miami, FL, Iroquois Corp -Boston, MA., Carrier Corporation - Indianapolis, IN., UTC - Hartford, CT., among many others.
“We found the testing to be an easy and effective way to offer our customers a better look at the air quality in their homes or business. We look forward to the continued success with your IAQ Screen Check testing products” stated Ron Zajack, President of Coastal Cooling.
The IAQ Screen Check product line can also be purchased directly from Building Health Check (in
Distributors interested in carrying the IAQ Screen Check product line can contact Ed Ziegler, VP Business Development at 800-422-7873 ext 804 or Cy Garner, Product Manager ext 806.
About the company:
Founded in 1984 by Alan Wozniak, President/CEO in what began as a small mechanical contracting business has grown into an award winning, industry leading indoor environmental quality (IEQ) service company serving many fortune 500 corporations, school boards, county, city, state and federal governments and consumers across the US. The firm has serviced over 500 million square feet of indoor environments in over 10,000 facilities. Clients include: Walt Disney World, Siemens Controls, Johnson Controls, Carrier Corporation, Jones, Lang LaSalle, CB Richard Ellis, General Services Administration (GSA), FAA among many others.
Today, Pure Air Control Services offers comprehensive IEQ services including:
* Building Sciences - Forensic level IEQ investigations, expert testimony and project management
* Building Health Check - economical IAQ building evaluations
* Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory (EDLab) - AIHA accredited environmental microbiology laboratory - the only
* IAQ Screen Check/evalu-aire products - do-it-yourself screen testing product available directly to consumers and is also available through distributors
* Building Remediation Sciences (BRS) - HVAC system cleaning and Mold remediation
* IAQ Learning Institute - IAQ training via webinars and in-class programs
Pure Air Control Services state-of-the-art corporate headquarters is located at
For more information, visit the companies web site at www.pureaircontrols.com or contact Ed Ziegler, VP Business Development at 1-800-422-PURE (7873) ext 804
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