Hidden Mold: Can I Have Mold in my Florida Home Without Visible Water Stains?

Category: Uncategorized • September 14, 2023

Mold in our homes is a common problem that can cause health issues and damage to property. If you live in Florida, you may be particularly concerned about mold due to the high humidity levels that exist nearly year-round. But what if you don’t see any water stains or signs of excess moisture? Can you still have mold in your...


Answering Your Top 3 Questions: Mitigating Mesothelioma by Avoiding Asbestos

Category: News and Updates,Uncategorized • August 26, 2022

Take a deep breath. Whatever it is that is on your mind, you can always breathe through it. The only question, however, is this: Is that breath of air actually healthy? Be it the quality of the air itself or the health of your lungs, you may have questions about the quality of breath you’re taking, particularly when mesothelioma concerns...


Luce Air Quality: Living Our Mission Statement

Category: Uncategorized • July 14, 2022

Here at Luce Air Quality, our mission is simple but powerful. Simply put: Our mission is to serve as trusted, expert advisors to promote safe indoor environments and safe working conditions through the application of scientific principles. In other words, we remain resolute with regard to making a positive impact on the residents, owners, and managers of both residential and...


Air Testing Amidst COVID-19: Your Top 3 Questions Answered

Category: Uncategorized • February 21, 2022

Many waves have come and gone since 2020, during which we’ve all done our best to simply ride each one out. Thankfully, the ebbs and flows of the coronavirus pandemic have begun to mellow out. Thus, you may be wondering: Is air quality testing necessary now that COVID-19 has peaked? Our answer? Yes. In fact, air quality testing may be...


When You’re Seeking Asbestos Solutions In The South

Category: Uncategorized • October 28, 2021

Perhaps you’re ready to take down a wall in your home, or perhaps you found your commercial property flooded as a result of the latest tropical system. Regardless of how the damage occurred, one thing is for certain: the structural damage has compromised the integrity of the building, thereby potentially exposing you to degraded, friable asbestos. And if you live...