Indoor Air Quality Inspection
The quality of your indoor air is more important than that of the outside. You and your family may spend anywhere from 90% of their time indoors in your home. For work, you most likely spend at least 40 hours a week indoors. According to the EPA, indoor air pollutants can be anywhere from two to five times higher than those found in the outdoors. The pollutants include:
- Dust, pollen, and other allergens.
- Pet and human dander.
- Tobacco, wood, and gas from cooking appliances.
- Contaminants from fireplaces and other plugin heating and cooling sources.
- Even harmful mold and other pollutants.