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Indoor Air Quality Testing

Enjoy a clean and safe home with indoor air quality testing

The quality of the air in your home often goes unnoticed, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t important. There are a wide range of contaminants and pollutants that can end up in the air you breathe every day, ranging from mold spores to chemicals and gases. While they might go unnoticed at first, many can cause minor health problems like sore eyes, headaches, and fatigue. With long term exposure though, these health issues can become more severe with conditions like heart disease and cancer. Poor air quality can also worsen already existing issues, like asthma and allergies.

The best way to deal with these issues is with professional indoor air quality testing. If you are feeling less comfortable in your home and suspect your indoor air quality is compromised, contact your local experts to test your home and identify the cause of the issue.

Common Indoor Air Pollutants

  • Combustion Pollutants: Burning materials creates gases and particles that can cause problems when breathed in. Generally, this is caused by a space heater, gas stove, water heater, or some other fuel-burning appliance that is improperly vented. In worst cases, this could lead to carbon monoxide which can cause death in sufficient quantities.
  • Volatile Organic Compounds: These compounds are emitted by a variety of commonly used products, including paints, cleaning supplies, pesticides, moth repellents, and more. In sufficient quantities, some of these VOCs can irritate the eyes, cause nausea, damage the liver, or even cause cancer.
  • Asthma Triggers: Mold, dust mites, pet dander, and other indoor pollutants are commonly found in many homes and can trigger asthma symptoms. By lessening the amount of contaminants in your home, you can make your home safer for any family member with asthma.
  • Radon: This is an odorless and invisible gas that is a dangerous carcinogen and the leading cause of lung cancer among nonsmokers. To test for radon, you should get a test from a qualified contractor. If your home does have an elevated radon level, you can have a radon mitigation system installed to lower it to a safer level.

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