Air quality and your health
Poor air quality in your home can greatly affect you and your family’s health and reduce the value of your house. You should have your house regularly inspected by a certified professional.
Poor air quality in your home can be caused by a variety of sources, including smoking, heating, and gas exhaust from your garage or from cooking.
It can also result from the presence or use of household items, personal care products, construction material, and recreational equipment that can release chemical pollutants, various gases, or even attract dust mites and cause allergies.
Poor aeration, particularly in the humid parts of your house such as showers, basements, or places where stagnant water accumulates can also cause bacteria, mildew, and mushrooms.
If you have or suspect you have air-quality problems in your home, contact us. We will inspect your home and advise you on the best measures to resolve your problem.