Improving indoor air quality isn’t as simple as changing your furnace air filter. As your home deteriorates, its condition can dramatically affect the quality of your indoor air. Leaking roofs, windows and foundations can lead to internal and external sources of air pollutants that when trapped in your home can lead to levels of indoor air pollution that are significantly higher than outdoor levels. In addition, how you live in, maintain and operate your home can have a dramatic effect on air quality as well.
Our specially trained inspectors can perform an Indoor Air Quality Inspection to assist you in improving the indoor air quality in your home. We utilize the Canary monitoring system and a 3 day test is required, (three locations of your home).