Did you know that Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has an effect on health?
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, most people spend 90% of their time indoors. Your health might be adversely affected over time because of pollution inside your own home! There are often several sources (pollutants) contributing to the air quality indoors, so an Indoor Air Quality Assessment is a good method to determine what pollutants could be causing problems for you.
If your home has one or more of the following problems, you could suffer from poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ):
- Inadequate ventilation
- High temperature
- High humidity levels
We can help you determine potential sources of pollution in your home (such as carbon monoxide), improve ventilation, and weatherize your home with an Indoor Air Quality Assessment.
Don’t put you and your family’s health at risk! Contact us to schedule an Indoor Air Quality Assessment today.