AirAdvice for Homes
Benefits of an Indoor Air Quality Test
- Uncover problems with heating/cooling, humidity, carbon dioxide levels, carbon monoxide, and more.
- Customized recommendations and solutions for making your home more comfortable and healthy.
- Help reduce utility bills.
- Peace of mind of knowing you are living in a safe and healthy home.
What if we told you that the air that you breathe in your home every day can greatly aggravate allergy and asthma symptoms, as well as contribute to lung disease such as respiratory tract infections, and even lung cancer?
Indoor air pollution can have a major effect on your family’s health, comfort, and safety. If you or a family member suffer from allergies or asthma, or if you have children or elderly persons living in the home, indoor air pollution and its health implications are of even greater concern to you.
Even healthy adults can experience adverse symptoms after just a single exposure to indoor pollutants. Common symptoms include headaches, nausea, sore or scratchy throat; nasal and skin irritation; dry, red, or watering eyes; coughing, and fatigue. Studies have shown that air pollution in a home is often two to five times greater than pollution levels outside.
Most of us spend most our time indoors, which puts us in constant contact with indoor air pollutants and at greater risk for health problems. Some common indoor air pollutants include carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, molds, particulates, asthma triggers, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
- Are conditions (temp, humidity, stuffy air) sometimes uncomfortable?
- Does anyone in your home suffer from allergies or asthma?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, Air Advice for Homes, Inc. can help. Start by learning more about the types of indoor air pollutants that could be affecting your indoor health.
We provide a home diagnostic program that makes the invisible visible and shows you how to make your home as healthy, comfortable, and as safe as possible.
Comfort and Indoor Air Quality
We are always looking for ways to lower our home energy costs. A common solution to increase energy efficiency is sealing the house; however, a tightly-sealed home can actually have negative effects on our home’s air quality because they might not be properly equipped to filter and purify the constantly re-circulated air. Poor indoor air circulation can cause these pollutants to build up over time by not bringing in enough outside air to dilute pollutants and by not allowing pollutants to leave the home, leading to poor indoor air quality.
- Are you too warm or cold at times?
- Are bedrooms not comfortable enough for sleeping?
- Do you find your home humid in the summer or dry in the winter?
Pollutants aren’t the only contributors to bad indoor air quality. Temperature and humidity also need to be balanced to create a comfortable and healthy home environment. Let us help you. Have an Air Advice for Homes, Inc. indoor air quality test done today in your home – it’s simple.
Why Test Your Home’s Air Quality?
Common Indoor Air Pollutants
- Household cleaning products
- Airborne particle allergens (dust, pet dander, pollen)
- New carpeting and furniture that emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
- Air fresheners and scented candles
- Tobacco smoke
- Moisture & mold
Learn more about the indoor air pollutants that might be affecting your indoor health.
While there are simple ways to control sources of indoor air pollution, in order to know what is really going on in your home, it’s important to get the air tested by a professional. In every room of the house there could be contaminants that you are unaware of that are contributing to air quality problems in your home.
The Air Advice for Homes, Inc. indoor air quality test measures levels of contaminants that affect your home’s air quality, such as particle allergens (dust, pet dander, pollen), carbon dioxide (can cause stuffy rooms), chemical pollutants (harmful gases), temperature, humidity, and carbon monoxide.
At Air Advice for Homes, Inc., we are experts in indoor air quality. We work with a select group of licensed HVAC contractors all across the nation who are trained in Air Advice for Homes, Inc. testing and who also provide indoor air solutions to eliminate pollutants and improve the air you breathe.
Find a local air quality expert in your area today and start living worry-free!