Airborne Particles

Airborne particles can irritate the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs and increase respiratory problems, especially in those with preexisting medical conditions, such as cardiovascular illness and immune system diseases. Many types of particles, such as smoke, pet dander,...

New Homeowners Page

HOMEOWNERS UNDERSTANDING INDOOR AIR QUALITY Homeowners, it’s essential to recognize the significance of indoor air quality (IAQ) in your living spaces. Considering we spend approximately 90% of our time indoors, and an IAQ expert has estimated that amounts to an...

Draft Homeowners

HOMEOWNERS As a homeowner,  it’s your goal to provide and maintain a safe, healthy, and comfortable environment in the home. But did you know there are invisible forces that may be causing your family to breathe air that is unhealthy or unsafe? 3 HIDDEN ISSUES IN...

Relative Humidity

Dry Air   The air people breathe needs to have moisture in it, at a level of at least 25% relative humidity. If the air in your home falls below this target and becomes overly dry, it can affect your health and the health of your whole family. Dry air can increase...

Home IAQ Data Project

HOME IAQ DATA PROJECT The largest volume of residential IAQ data ever collected with calibrated equipment In this ongoing project, we are compiling and analyzing IAQ data from more than 250,000 homes over multiple years. AirAdvice is excited to share our findings to...