Indoor Air Quality
It’s the air you breathe.
The quality of your air can have a major impact on your health and the health of your family. In the past several years, a growing body of scientific evidence has revealed that the air within homes can be more seriously polluted than the air outdoors. According to the Indoor Air Quality Association, most people spend at least 95% of their day indoors. People exposed to poor indoor air quality for longer periods of time are often the most susceptible to the effects of indoor air pollution. Some of the most vulnerable include the elderly, small children and those who are chronically ill. View our service area to see if you are within reach of obtaining Healthy Air.
Causes of Un-Healthy Air
Inadequate ventilation, high air moisture, mold growth, man-made chemicals and more all contribute to the air quality in your home. The control of contaminants, the filtration of air, the removal of unnecessary moisture and thorough ventilation are the main methods used for improving air quality in most homes. It takes vigilance, effort and a certain amount of persistence to get the air quality in your home at an optimal level. But first, you need to find out what contaminants are in the air you breathe in your home.
IAQ can be affected by many things:
- Mold and other allergens–The growth of mold within your house, under your house and around your house can affect the indoor air quality of any house. Mold health issues have risen over the past few years with toxic strains stressing residents of all ages. Healthy Air USA can help you find, assess and remediate mold issues in a new or existing home.
- Radon — Radon is a carcinogenic radioactive gas that is produced by the breakdown of Uranium in the earth’s crust. Healthy Air USA will perform a radon test and present you with the results.
- Particulates, second-hand smoke, aerosols, and more — these irritants could be lurking in your HVAC system and you might not know it. Healthy Air USA can assess the situation and perform sanitizing operations that are needed to rid your home of these contaminants.
- Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) — VOCs are emitted by literally thousands of products. Healthy Air USA can determine the amount of VOCs in your home and help you keep them at a minimum.
Great strides have been made over the past 10 years in the diagnosis and treatment of IAQ issues. It helps to have a watchful homeowner who knows the history and the structure of their house–what lies below it, within it and over it. But sometimes you need a professional–someone with the technology, the experience and the know-how to really diagnose the problem at hand. Healthy Air USA can recommend concrete, lasting solutions that will go the distance to keep you and your family safe from poor indoor air quality. Healthy Air USA can bring you the peace-of-mind you need to get yourself to the next level in exceptional indoor air quality.
How Can Healthy Air USA Help You?
Indoor Air Quality Assessments and Evaluations – It’s a fact…most homes have poor indoor air quality. An assessment from Healthy Air USA will help you determine what pollutants might be causing you or your loved ones health problems. We will perform an indoor air test, using a Particle Scanner, where we will take measurements of the air from various parts of your home. We then analyze the samples and provide you with a report of what we have found in the air in your home. Our experts will visit your home, inspect for mold, particulates, excess moisture, and HVAC abnormalities. We will carefully assemble a report and advise you of the best plan to combat any deficiencies.
Consulting Services – If you are looking to build or remodel a home, then the professionals at Healthy Air USA can help you determine the best actions to take to maximize your indoor air quality. Our fully trained staff can conduct a variety of services including: indoor air surveys, HVAC review, mold observation, crawl space solutions and more. We provide you with detailed recommendations to help you decide what is best for you and your new or remodeled home.
Contact us today to begin your personalized indoor air quality assessment and recommendations.