At HealthyAir, we know that a home must have a sustainable, clean indoor environment. There are several different factors that contribute to the total indoor environment, including adequate ventilation, appropriate humidity levels, air filtration and the maintenance of the integrity of the building envelope.
There is no practical means to limit exposure to pollutants outdoors. However, at least half of a 24-hour day is spent indoors, and air conditioning…Read more here
A Healthy Home is a home with a sustainable indoor environment. There are several different factors that contribute to the total indoor environment…Read more here
Most Americans do not have a clear sense of the significant health risks of indoor pollution. They also do not know what they can do to reduce risk…Read more here
A number of factors allow biological agents to grow and be released into the air. Especially important is high relative humidity, which encourages…Read more here
A few months after I began inspecting buildings for mold I was asked by a real estate agent representing a potential buyer to test for mold in a four year old home. The home was bricked on all sides. On two sides of the home the finished basement was completely below grade with a third side about fifty per cent below grade.Read More View All