HEALTHY AIR USA 
IS YOUR HOME MAKING YOU SICK?

  • Do you suffer from symptoms that seem to occur when you occupy a specific building?

  • Do these symptoms lessen in severity or disappear when you leave the building?

  • Are there no known causes of your illness?

Your home may be making you sick.

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If you're concerned that your home is making you sick, we can help.

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- ARE YOU AWARE OF -
SICK BUILDING SYNDROME

Sick building syndrome occurs often, but many are not aware of the official definition of the condition. The official definition of sick building syndrome according to the Environmental Protection Agency is:

"A situation in which the building occupants experience acute health and comfort effects that appear to be linked to time spent in a building, but no specific illness or cause can be identified."

Most often, building occupants will complain of symptoms such as headaches, eye, nose or throat irritation, cough, dry or itchy skin, dizziness and nausea, fatigue, or difficulty concentrating. A key sign of sick building syndrome is that the cause of the symptoms is unknown and occupants may report feeling relief from symptoms soon after leaving the building.

Causes of Sick Building Syndrome 

  • Inadequate Ventilation

  • Mold Contamination

  • Water Damage

  • Poor Indoor Air Quality

  • Chemical Contaminates

  • Poor Foundation Water Drainage

  • Elevated Humidity

  • Poorly Sealed Attics

  • Leaky Crawl Space Encapsulation

  • Condensation in Walls

  • Presence of Volitile Organic Compounds

  • Gas Leaks

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 - STAY VIGILANT FOR THESE -
SIGNS OF MOLD IN THE HOME

One of the most common causes of sick building syndrome is biological contaminants, such as mold, in the home.

Mold can have a significant impact on your health, but it is often overlooked as the cause of illnesses. Mold can be an invisible intruder, growing behind and around what you can see such as attics, crawl spaces, wall interiors, basements, furnaces, ducts, and around foundations. However, there are common signs you can look for for mold in your home.

mold in the house
  • Musty Odor

  • Stains on Walls or Ceiling

  • Peeling Wallpaper or Paint

  • Moisture or Condensation on Walls or Windows

  • Visible Green, Black, White, Blue, Pink, Red, or Brown Mold

DO YOU KNOW THE SYMPTOMS OF MOLD EXPOSURE?

- KNOWLEDGE IS POWER -
WHAT TO DO IF YOU THINK YOUR HOME IS MAKING YOU SICK

Treat your home, so you can treat your symptoms.

The key to treating sick building syndrome is to hire a professional that can identify the cause, create a plan of action, and safely execute the plan of action.

 It is important to work with a professional that has experience in building engineering, biological contaminants, mold remediation, and air quality testing, among other areas of expertise. The team at Healthy Air USA has the experience and expertise to accurately and safely identify the causes of sick building syndrome in your home.

 

 - WE'RE HERE TO HELP -
REQUEST A HEALTHY HOME ASSESSMENT

Call Healthy Air USA today or complete the form. A Healthy Air USA representative will contact you to discuss the signs that you may be suffering from sick building syndrome, the symptoms you are experiencing, and how Healthy Air USA's services may help.

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