AIT Environmental Technology is a majority owned corporation by a service disabled Viet Nam Veteran. The company was formed in 2006 and we have four members in the LLC.
AIT Environmental Technology, based in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, offers indoor air quality assessment and mold remediation in the Southeastern United States. AIT Environmental Technology also has a secondary office located in Coward, SC. Time is money, so we also offer water damage solutions to get you back into your home or office as quickly as possible after flooding, leaks, and other undesirable events.
When an emergency’s happen, you want to have a company that is quick, knowledgeable, professional, and discrete. You want a company that can do the entire job, and not wait for someone else to finish the repair. AIT Environmental Technologies has been successfully servicing customers since 2006, we’re Available 24-7 -365.
Backed by more than 10 years of experience, we improve the air quality in your indoor environment. Ask about our decontamination and leak repair services, which help to combat mold and bacteria growth in your home or office. We are your one-stop shop for assessing air quality and providing the necessary solutions to improve it quickly.
Since 2006, we have been offering licensed air quality assessment and mold remediation services to our customers. Because of our quick, professional, and effective services, our clients come back to us time after time. Schedule your consultation today to find out how we can help you.
AIT Environmental Technology will be a proactive leader in the indoor air quality industry, providing cost effective solutions to improve the indoor environment in a time sensitive manner.
Member of the Indoor Air Quality Association, the Florida Association of Physical Plant Administrators, and the Indoor Environmental Science Forum.
AIT Environmental Technology fully covers the following 13 Southeastern US States. These states include Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas.