An AirAdvice for Homes™ test locates potential sources of indoor air pollution in your customers’ homes.
Most homes have more than one source that contributes to indoor air pollution:
- Building materials and furnishings, such as particle board, flaking asbestos insulation, damp carpet, and upholstery
- Combustible items, such as oil, gas, kerosene, wood, and tobacco
- Household cleaners, paints and solvents, personal care products
- Central heating and cooling systems and humidifiers
- Pesticides and outdoor air pollution from automobiles and factories
All areas of the home can contribute to indoor air pollution. Learn more about the potential problems and how you can help to improve conditions. Get a sample report and see how we make the invisible visible.