Air Advice Reports on your Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)
We give you the facts. IAQ is the air quality within the home or business as it relates to your health and comfort. The EPA has identified indoor air pollution as one of the top five urgent environmental risks to public health and we have the solutions for you!
The EPA has found that indoor levels of many air pollutants are often significantly higher than outdoor levels. Indoor air quality can have a major effect on your family’s health, comfort, and safety. Indoor air pollution can greatly increase allergy and asthma symptoms as well as contribute to lung disease such as respiratory tract infections and even lung cancer. If you or a family member suffer from these or if you have infants or elderly persons living in the home, indoor air pollution and its health implications are of even greater concern to you. Your home should be your family's 'safe place', let us show you quickly and easily with our Air Advice Report to verify if it truly is or what we can offer in case it falls short. A home analysis can be performed in just 30 minutes!
Common indoor air pollutants
Throughout your home there could be contaminants that you don't know about that are quietly contributing to air quality problems in each room of the house. There are many factors that can cause indoor air pollution:
- Bedrooms – dust mites, pet dander, fragrances, dry-cleaning
- Family rooms – tobacco smoke, wood stoves/fireplaces, unvented space heaters
- Bathrooms – plumbing leaks, damp flooring and carpeting, excessive moisture, insect debris, viruses and bacteria, household cleaners, air fresheners
- Kitchens – cooking smoke, gas appliances, household cleaning agents, insect debris, viruses and bacteria, garbage pails, plumbing leaks
- Attics – outdated insulation, old clothing and bedding, asbestos, dust
- Garages – paints and solvents, auto exhaust and gasoline fumes, pesticides and herbicides, carbon monoxide, hobby supplies (like varnishes and glues)
- Basements – radon, water heater and furnace venting draft issues, chimney flue restrictions, plumbing leaks, viruses and bacteria, dust
- Fireplaces – carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, particle allergens, chemical pollutants, and temperature, humidity, air pressure issues
- Yards – pollen, dust, pesticides, herbicides
If you or your family has suffered from any of the symptoms above, or recognize any of these pollutants in your home, let us help you. Have an AirAdvice indoor air quality test done today in your home or business – it’s simple and we can help.