Indoor Air Quality Testing

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Indoor Air Quality Testing

Find Out If Your Home’s Air Is Hiding Harmful Particles

Indoor air pollutants can be the source of poor health for your family if you don’t take steps to improve your indoor air quality. With indoor air quality testing, you can be aware of what pollutants are affecting breathing at home and take steps to improve the air you breathe when you’re at home. 

What’s In The Air?

Common indoor air pollutants can include:

  • Mold
  • Pet Dander
  • Pollen
  • Dust
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Formaldehyde
  • Lead
  • Radon

An indoor air quality test looks at both the biological and chemical pollutants present in your indoor air. These particles and pollutants can enter the home through your environment, furniture and outside air.

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How Do You Know If You Have Problem Indoor Air?

It can be easy to overlook the symptoms of poor indoor air quality until you know what symptoms you should look for. Poor indoor air quality can cause a variety of symptoms, from itchy eyes to coughing. Those symptoms include

  • Dry eyes, throat and skin.
  • Headache.
  • Fatigue.
  • Severe allergy symptoms.
  • Sinus congestion. 
  • Shortness of breath.
  • Coughing and sneezing.

Once we’ve tested your home indoor air quality, we’ll know what steps to take to move forward with bettering your home’s air both in the short term and long term. We offer HVAC UV lights and air purifiers to improve your home’s air. Call 941-751-2642 now for your indoor air quality test or contact us online today.

How do I test indoor air quality?

In every home, there could be multiple sources of indoor air pollution. The trick is to find out exactly what is causing the problem. An indoor air quality monitor is a gadget that measures the quality of the air in your home. They are the simplest option for evaluating your indoor air quality on a regular basis, but they do not always provide the most accurate results. You’ll always get the most accurate results from air quality testing done by a professional HVAC expert.

How much does it cost to test the air in your home?

On average, indoor air quality testing costs between $250 and $300. Mold and moisture assessments will cost $295, and radon testing will cost $135 to $150, but you may be able to get it for a better cost if you combine it with a more complete, and more extensive, house inspection report. You can also purchase your own monitor. These gadgets are available online and can run anywhere between $50.00 to $1,000 for higher-end monitoring.

How can I tell if my Sarasota area home’s air quality is bad?

Poor air quality manifests itself in a variety of ways. Keep an eye out for these signs of bad air quality. Take action as soon as you see these indications to enhance your indoor air quality.

  • Coughing or difficulty breathing over a long period of time.
  • Sneezing and other allergic reactions.
  • Headaches and/ or nausea on a frequent basis.
  • Inability to sleep over many nights.
  • Dust build-up especially around vents.
  • Noticeable differences in room temperatures.
  • Musty or foul odors in particular rooms.


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