March 5, 2020

Healthy Indoor Air Analysis

The air inside your home is two to five times more polluted than the air outside. That is an alarming statistic considering we spend 90% of our time indoors. Having clean air in your home is important. We can help you understand how to achieve it by running a healthy indoor air analysis in your home.

As most homes have at least one source that contributes to indoor air pollution, it is important to uncover the invisible. We offer a 30-minute indoor air analysis to test for potential sources of air pollution. The test we conduct identifies problems regarding:

  • Particles
  • Chemicals (Volatile Organic Compounds)
  • Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
  • Temperature
  • Relative Humidity
  • Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Healthy Indoor Air Analysis Device- AirAdvice

Healthy Indoor Air Analysis Device

The test then generates a report that identifies any problems and potential causes of indoor air quality (IAQ) issues in one’s home. We will analyze those results and will follow-up with a personalized proposal with healthy home air solutions. Examples of healthy home air solutions are as follows:

  • Humidifiers
  • Dehumidifiers
  • UV Lights
  • CO Detectors
  • Fresh Air Exchangers
  • Air Scrubber

The most important part of this process is making sure we educate our customers on what healthy indoor air quality is and how the recommended solutions can have positive long-term effects on their health and comfort.

It is likely that last summer’s rain, heat and humidity, led to higher levels of mold, mildew and other pollutants. Poor indoor air quality can trigger or worsen allergies and asthma. Therefore, we suggest having an indoor air quality test conducted to help make allergy season more manageable this year.

To learn more information about our IAQ services, please visit our Indoor Air Quality Page.


Additional Resources

For additional resources on IAQ and to learn more about the AirAdivce indoor air analysis test, please visit the following pages:

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