Residential air quality testing

Studies show that people spend more time in their homes now than ever before. Furthermore, the air indoors can often be more contaminated than the air we breathe outside. This is why so many homeowners are now choosing to conduct professional residential air quality testing.

The health and wellness of your family is invaluable, so choose to work with professionals. Above all, you need to work with experts who are sensitive to your needs and your budget!

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Related to poor indoor air quality ...

Health symptoms ...
  • Allergies?
  • Asthma?
  • Headaches?
  • Sore eyes?
  • Sore throat?
  • Flu-like symptoms when indoors?
  • Constant fatigue when indoors?


Changes in the home ...
  • New construction?
  • Renovation?
  • Drywall or painting?
  • New carpet or flooring?
  • New furniture


other possibilities ...
  • mice or rodent problems?
  • close to a busy road/freeway
  • Do you or previous owners smoke?
  • Do you have a dog or cat?
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Air quality statistics report

We have been in business for over 13 years and have noticed a recent trend of increased indoor air pollution. 

We have analyzed several years of reports to create a list of the most common elevated pollutants in the average home. The following pollutants Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC) and Formaldehyde (HCHO) was commonly found to be high. For more information on each particle and gas please visit our IAQ Summary

of homes have high CO2
of homes have high HCHO
of homes have high TVOC

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