Indoor Air Quality Testing
Make Sure You’re Always Breathing the Best
You spend a lot of time in your home—which is why the air you breathe should always be the best quality possible. Many people don’t pay much attention to their home’s air, most likely because they are unaware that it can at times be quite unhealthy.
From everyday dust and grime to dander and germs, your air, unfortunately, isn’t always as fresh as you may believe. At HomeTeam Inspection Service, we offer indoor air quality testing that will ensure you’re always breathing easy.
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Why Indoor Air Quality Testing is Important
Indoor air quality testing is an important part of maintaining a healthy home or workplace environment. Poor indoor air quality can cause a variety of health problems, ranging from allergies and asthma to more serious medical conditions. Knowing the quality of your indoor air is the first step in finding out what measures can be taken to improve it.
Fortunately, your local HomeTeam offers indoor air quality testing near you. Our company uses specialized equipment to measure the levels of pollutants in the air, such as dust, pollen, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and mold. We will also check for carbon monoxide and radon levels, which can cause serious health problems. After the tests are complete, you will receive a detailed report of your indoor air quality.
The first step in testing your indoor air quality is to contact the air quality testing company at HomeTeam Inspection. We will provide you with more information on the our indoor air quality service and what it entails. Our experts will also be able to assess your home’s air quality, so they can design a plan to improve it. This may include things like changing air filters, improving ventilation, and using air purifiers.
In addition to your comfort, the quality of your home air is also important to your health. Pollutant levels inside your home can be 2 to 5 times higher than the air outside, and the EPA claims that indoor air quality poses a greater health hazard than the pollution outdoors.
- Poor indoor air quality can result in:
- Breathing issues
- Eye and throat irritation
- Dry skin
- Mold growth
Causes of Poor Air Quality
There are several products and materials in your home that continually emit VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds). Additionally, mold can grow in hidden places within your home simply due to an increase in humidity. Both of these can decrease the quality of your indoor air and lead to a number of health issues, including headaches and increased asthma symptoms.
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HomeTeam Is Here to Help
An indoor air quality assessment from the inspectors at HomeTeam Inspection Service will allow us to measure the level of VOCs in your home or prospective new home. Once we’ve determined the quality of your air, if there are problems that need to be addressed, we can provide a plan of action to ultimately enhance your air quality.
We are proud that our inspection company was named a Franchise 500 business. We were also named a Keller Williams 2020 Approved Vendor. In addition to air quality testing, we provide a wide variety of other home and business inspections.
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