Air quality testing

Most families are unaware that they’re breathing in toxic chemicals on the EPA Hazardous Air Pollutant List … while inside their own homes.

You’d think that the air inside your home is safer than the air outside, which is polluted by emissions from vehicles, factories, and cigarette smoke. However, you may be using products that degrade indoor air quality or have hidden dangers in your home that contribute to indoor air pollution.

Common Indoor Air Pollutants

Indoor Air Quality Facts

According to the American College of Allergies, 50% of all illness is aggravated or caused by polluted indoor air.

Wouldn’t you like to know if your home is making you sick? Don’t guess — test!

According to the American Lung Association, 60,000 Americans die prematurely each year from exposure to inhaled particles that damage their lungs, and 120,000 Americans die prematurely each year from exposure to inhaled particles that damage their cardiovascular system.

According to the EPA, 60% of all homes and buildings are hazardous to your health to occupy due to airborne pollutants. 

You wouldn’t drink polluted water.
Why should you breathe polluted air in your own home?

How We Test Your Home’s Air Quality

House Doctor Pomales has special equipment that filters and traps air pollutants from different areas of your home. The samples are then sent off to a lab for complete analysis to identify exactly what’s in the air you breathe every single day.

How to Improve Air Quality

in Your House

Dramatically improving your home’s indoor air quality requires a multifaceted approach because so many factors influence the air you breathe. Here’s what we recommend:

Breathe Easy! Test Your Home for Indoor Air Pollutants

Your home is your sanctuary! Don’t let your time at home slowly, silently and invisibly degrade your health due to poor air quality. Contact us about testing your home for indoor air pollution to get a benchmark for improvement. We’ll also guide you through the steps you can take to clean your home’s air based on its unique contributing factors.