Air Quality Testing
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, pollutants that affect the quality of the air in your home can have drastic health consequences. Without careful inspection and treatment, indoor air pollution can cause respiratory disease, heart disease, and cancer. Some pollutants, like radon or carbon monoxide, can slowly leak undetected until they cause health problem which can lead to life threatening illnesses. Poor air quality can also worsen the symptoms of asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases.
The quality and health of the air we breathe every day fluctuates depending on the weather, our location, and other factors. A home air quality inspection can help determine the health and safety of your house, and help you take steps to make it safer.