“A Contractor ran an air quality test in my home.  What does that mean?”

First of all, congratulations! In short it means your contractor has taken an extra step to measure the air quality of your home to the benefit of your family’s health, comfort, and safety. Your contractor doesn’t test the air because it’s easy, they do it because it’s the right thing to do.

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An AirAdvice assessment will:

  • Detail any problems your home might have with heating/cooling, humidity, carbon dioxide levels, carbon monoxide
  • Provide recommendations for making your home more comfortable and healthy
  • Offer ideas that will help reduce your utility bills
  • Give you peace of mind

Comfort and IAQ

Pollutants aren’t the only contributors to poor IAQ. Today’s tightly sealed and energy-efficient homes can actually have negative effects on your home’s air quality because they might not be properly equipped to filter and purify the constantly re-circulated air. Without adequate indoor air circulation, pollutants can build up over time, leading to poor indoor air quality. Temperature and humidity need to be balanced to create a comfortable and healthy home environment.

  • 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?
  • Does your home generally feel cool and clammy?

Make Your Home Comfortable, Healthy and Efficient

  • Do you know if the air your family breathes is unhealthy or unsafe?
  • 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, AirAdvice can help. 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.

We are an independent 3rd party who provides a simple, accurate testing platform to trained, licensed heating & air conditioning professionals who carry out the analysis. Since you may not know how the HVAC and other systems in your home impact indoor air quality (IAQ), these professionals can recommend solutions to any problems found. And if no problems are found, they can explain why that’s the case and leave you to enjoy your comfortable home.

Take the first step and find an AirAdvice contractor today to schedule your indoor air quality test.