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Decontamination in Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Rancho CucamongaAre you concerned about potential contaminants in your home or office? You should be. Lots of people are these days, and for good reason. So many buildings in the US in general and in Southern California specifically have harmful materials such as lead, asbestos, mold, and fungus lurking in the structure, water, or air. These contaminants could be negatively impacting your, your loved ones, or your employees’ health—it’s definitely not something you want to risk! The only way to know for sure whether your property is contaminated is by calling Rancho Cucamonga’s decontamination experts at .

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When you call to schedule an environmental evaluation of your property, we’ll find a time and date that’s most convenient for your schedule to make the appointment. When the time arrives, one of our company trucks will pull into your driveway, and one of our representatives will introduce themselves. Then they’ll use the most modern tools and techniques to quantifiably test every molecule in your property for hazardous materials. Then the representative will present you with the report and if any contaminants have been found, make some…


New to Rancho Cucamonga? Call AQHI Inc.

Posted on September 4, 2015 in Blog

New to Rancho Cucamonga? Call AQHI Inc.Rancho Cucamonga is a beautiful part of California, and new people are arriving all the time. Welcome to this fantastic city! Before you get completely settled in your new Rancho Cucamonga home, it’s important that you contact for a complete environmental evaluation of your property.

Why get an environmental evaluation?

Many homes throughout the US, including Southern California, contain harmful pollutants such as asbestos, lead, mold, and fungus. These contaminants can lurk in homes and adversely affect the inhabitants’ health. Especially if you have small children, allergy sufferers, or elderly relatives who live in your home, it’s important to find out if there are any harmful materials there.

Why AQHI Inc.?