Reduce Allergens In Your Home With Indoor Air Quality Testing

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Sneezing, coughing, and wheezing could indicate that the air quality inside your home is unhealthy. Although your home looks clean, the air could still contain a number of contaminates that can trigger allergies and asthma. Calgary home inspections provide professional indoor air quality testing to help you identify pollutants in the air so you can remove them.

Indoor Air Quality

The air inside your home can be polluted by many things, including:

  • Lead
  • Dust mites
  • Formaldehyde
  • Mold
  • Radon
  • Fire-retardants
  • Pet dander
  • Chemicals from fragrances in cleaners

These pollutants collect in your home as they are tracked in or arrive with items such as new furniture, cleaners, or paint. Newer homes are built airtight which keeps pollutants trapped indoors. Combined with the fact that we are spending more time indoors, air quality testing has become more important than ever. People with allergies and asthma tend to be particularly sensitive to indoor pollutants, as are children and the elderly.

Air Quality Testing

There’s no way to know for sure what your air is like without having it tested. Air quality testing provides you valuable information about the health of your living environment. When you identify the airborne pollutants in your home, you can take steps to deal with the problems and make your home healthier.

Calgary Home Inspections for Air Quality

Professional air quality testing  give you the information you need to take control of your indoor air quality. They can include visual assessments, mold sampling, radon testing, and contamination inspections. Calgary home inspections provide a full report of your air quality so you can take the necessary steps to make your air healthy to breathe.

Integra Inspections provides full home inspections and indoor air quality testing to keep your home safe and healthy.