Air Quality Testing

Given that most folks spend about 90 percent of their time indoors—and 65 percent of that time at home—indoor air quality is something that can have a major impact on our lives. It’s particularly important for small children, the elderly, and those with chronic illnesses. But many, even those who are aware of the issue, don’t know where to begin. Indoor air quality testing can be expensive and time-consuming, so we tend to ignore the issue. Here’s quick guide to indoor air quality.

Indoor Air Quality Problems
Some of the main areas of concern include:

  • Asthma: Over 20 million Americans suffer from Asthma. Indoor pollutants can aggravate asthma symptoms and make attacks more frequent.
  • Radon: is an odorless, colorless gas, radon and it can lead to serious health concerns or cancer.
  • Mold: Mold grows by releasing spores into the air. These spores can be inhaled, leading to allergies and more serious health problems.

Signs of Indoor Air Quality Problems

You may need professional air quality testing if you notice any of the classic signs.

  • Do you sneeze and cough when you are at home?
  • Have an irritated nose, throat or eyes?
  • Wake up suffering from congestion or headaches?
  • Suffer from frequent asthma episodes or colds? 

If so, you may have indoor air quality issues. More in-depth, professional indoor air quality testing may be necessary.

H&H offers professional air quality service at an affordable price. Contact one of our sales associates today for more information!

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