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Indoor Air Quality Checks

 

Home Air Check

Home Indoor Air Quality

Whether you are looking to buy a home, sell one, or are just interested in good home maintenance, you want to make sure the air in the home is safe to breathe.

Buying a Home?

How do you determine if the Indoor Air Quality of the home will jeopardize the health of you and your family?  See how an Indoor Air Quality Assessment can find potential hidden issues with a home and protect your future investment.

Selling a Home?

If you are selling a home it is wise to have a pre-inspection done to make sure no hidden issues will present themselves when a potential buyer has made an offer to buy your home.

Many home buyers are now requesting Indoor Air Quality checks.  See how you can make sure your home air quality is within safe limits and to identify potential issues that can be remediated prior to putting your home on the market.   

Importance of Good Air Quality for you and your Family

Enjoy your home with the peace of mind that you and your family are breathing clean air!Maintaining good indoor air quality is important for your health. According to the EPA, indoor air quality poses a greater health hazard than outdoor air pollution, with pollutant levels averaging 2 to 5 times higher than outside air.  People now spend about 90% of their time indoors, so exposure to these air pollutants has never been more significant.

Products and materials present in our homes constantly emit chemicals, called VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) into the air. The slightest elevation in humidity can cause mold to grow anywhere in the home—often in places that go undetected, like behind walls or in carpeting.  Exposure to VOCs and growing mold can cause a number of health issues, from headaches to respiratory irritation to increased asthma symptoms. Your health could depend on knowing exactly what’s in the air you breathe everyday.
 
Poor air quality can worsen respiratory illnesses and leave certain individuals vulnerable to health issues. HomeTeam can provide an affordable way to measure chemical (VOC) levels in a prospective new home. We’ll also provide an action plan to help improve the home air quality — before the move.

 

All services may not be offered or available in all locations.  Please contact your local HomeTeam Inspection Service for a complete listing of their services.  In addition, some or all of the services performed under this contract may be rendered by third party providers.  Such third party providers are independent contractors and not employees, agents, partners or representatives of HomeTeam.  HomeTeam does not warranty disclaim representations made by third party providers.

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