Clearwater, FL – (June 24, 2015) – In response to concerns over increased formaldehyde (HCHO) levels in homes and businesses, Building Health - DIT Indoor Air Testing and IAQ ProductsCheck, LLC, has produced a “How to” video (click link) t o help customers better understand the process of sample collection. The video provides a simplified approach for DIY testing for formaldehyde.

Monitoring for Formaldehyde:

Formaldehyde can be found in a number of products, including: particleboard, plywood, paneling, pressed-wood products, urea formaldehyde foam insulation, some synthetic fabrics (especially permanent press), shampoos, cigarette smoke, fuel burning appliances, kerosene space heaters, and some cosmetics.

How can I measure Formaldehyde?

Vapor monitor badges, such as the Formaldehyde Screen Check (FOSC), have been used for over 25 years to test for the presence of formaldehyde by the VA, The Armed Forces, health care facilities, and some of the largest industrial corporations throughout the world.

The FOSCs can be used to measure personal exposure or room exposure in homes, businesses or industry. It is:

        Easy to use and inexpensive

        Data-validated for accuracy

        Analyzed by an accredited laboratory

In addition, the analytical process meets all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) accuracy requirements, and provides customers with a written lab report of their sample results.

Where can I purchase the FOCS?

The FOCS can be purchased at or a number of online distributors such as Grainger, Allergy Buyers Club, Ferguson Supply, Yandle-Witherspoon Supply and others.

Who Should Use the FOSC?

        Real Estate Professionals

        Insurance Claim Adjusters

        Industrial Hygienists


        HVAC Engineers

        Building Managers

        Facility Managers

        Facility Operators


        Government Officials


        County, City and State Officials

        Building Maintenance Supervisors

        Test and Balance Professionals


        School and Plant Operators

        Hospital Engineers


Additional IAQ Screen Check products include: Mold Screen Check, Allergen Screen Check, Fiberglass Screen Check, Dust Mite Screen Check, Organic Vapor Screen, FAST Screen Check, RAPID Screen Check,  , among others.

About Pure Air Control Services

Pure Air Control Services was founded in 1984 by President and CEO, Alan Wozniak.  What began as a small mechanical contracting business has grown into an award winning, industry leading indoor air quality (IAQ) service company serving Fortune 500 corporations, school boards, county, city, state and federal governments and consumers across the US.  The firm has serviced over 600 million square feet of indoor environments in over 10,000 facilities.

Pure Air Control Services’ nationally performed services include: Building Sciences Evaluation; Building Health CheckEDLab an Environmental Microbiology Laboratory; Environmental Project Management; and Duct Cleaning & Mold Remediation Services, among other indoor environmental services.

The company’s expanding client roster includes the General Services Administration (GSA); Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Allstate Insurance; Carrier Air Conditioning; Naval Air Warfare Center, Orlando; and Naval Air Station – King’s Bay, Georgia, and many other Fortune 500 companies, school boards, and city, state, and county governments, making Pure Air a reliable industry leader.

For more information on the Pure Air Control Services IAQ product/service offerings call 1-800-422-7873 and ask for Alan Wozniak ext. 802

About Building Health Check, LLC

Building Health Check sets the industry standard for IAQ DIY test kits, thermography and IAQ testing equipment..

The company’s expanding client roster includes: Hunter Fans, WW Grainger, Progressive Insurance, USACE, Southern California Schools JPA, VA Medical Center, Broward General Healthcare, General Services Administration (GSA); Allstate Insurance; Carrier Air Conditioning; and, CB Richard Ellis and many other Fortune 500 companies, school boards, and city, state, and county governments, making Building Health Check, LLC the reliable industry leader in DIY IAQ testing.

Building Health Check has affiliations through EDLab with Ad Chem, AT labs, Accustar Labs among others.

For more information on Building Health Check, LLC or EDLab please contact Chris Lane, at (800) 422-7873 303 or visit