How Healthy Is Your Indoor Air?

Get the facts with AirAdvice®

person lungs particles A home that’s comfortable, safe, and healthy begins with having plenty of clean, filtered air that is free from harmful pollutants and contaminants. Your home’s heating and cooling system should purify and filter your air to maintain high air quality, in addition to keeping it comfortable. Recognizing your HVAC systems ability to address this is especially important, since most people spend 90% of their time indoors. (EPA)

If you’re concerned about health and comfort in your home, ask for an AirAdvice test to learn if your home’s air quality can be improved and to identify the best ways to do it.

How it works

We’ll place a multi-sensor AirAdvice IAQ Monitor in your home for a few days to continuously measure your indoor air quality. (Each monitor measures: Temperature, humidity, airborne particles, VOCs (volatile organic compounds, such as chemical vapors and pollutants), carbon monoxide, and in some cases, carbon dioxide.) The monitor then transmits the information from your home to AirAdvice®, which provides us with a 3rd-party, independent report on your home’s air quality.

AirAdviceMonitorAfter the monitor has been in your home for three to four days, we’ll bring the AirAdvice IAQ Report to you.

You will be able to visually identify activity patterns in your home that affect your air quality, such as cooking and cleaning, and your home’s heating and cooling system’s ability to keep the air clean and fresh.

Once we have determined if there are issues, we can begin to identify what may be causing potential air quality issues. We then will recommend the best solutions and preventative maintenance steps for a healthy, comfortable, and safe home.

Why we use AirAdvice

AirAdvice is an independent testing service we use to provide unbiased indoor air quality information for our customers. Their website,, has information on their testing service, facts on air quality, and resource links to information from the EPA, the National Institute of Health, and other health sources.

How do I know the AirAdvice test is for me?

With indoor air being 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air (EPA) we recommend the test for every home. If someone suffers from respiratory problems such as allergies or asthma, we strongly recommend a test, and due to their heightened sensitivity we also recommend testing homes in which children and/or elderly persons reside. If your home fits one of the previously mentioned groups, or if you are just interested in learning more about your indoor air quality, then you’ll have peace of mind knowing what’s happening with your indoor air. Contact us to schedule a test today!

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