Whether you are looking to buy a home, sell one, or are just interested in good home maintenance, you want to make sure the air in the home is safe to breathe.
Buying a Home?
When you are buying a home, always select a home inspector that will diligently review the structural, electrical, and plumbing components of the home before you buy. This way, any issues uncovered can be corrected by the owner or within the purchase agreement.
But how do you determine if the Indoor Air Quality of the home will jeopardize the health of you and your family? See how a low-cost Indoor Air Quality Assessment can find potential hidden issues with a home and protect your future investment.
Selling a Home?
If you are selling a home it is wise to have a pre-inspection done to make sure no hidden issues will present themselves when a potential buyer has made an offer to buy your home.
Many home buyers are now requesting Indoor Air Quality audits. See how you can use a low-cost test to make sure your home air quality is within safe limits and to identify potential issues that can be remediated prior to putting your home on the market.
Why You Should Have Us Test Your Home
• The only composite home air quality assessment
• Monitors for 500+ airborne chemicals and hidden mold growth with single air sample
• One test covers 2,000 sq. ft.
• Identifies chemical pollutants that could make you sick
• Predicts sources of the chemicals, whether from the home or its contents
• Checks for hazardous air pollutants
• Formaldehyde test available (additional charge)
• Sample collected by home inspector or indoor air service contractor
• Convenient—contractor handles all testing & shipping
• Referrals or recommendations to improve air quality
• Clear and concise analysis reports
• Reports total VOC and active mold levels
• Predicts VOC sources and gives you an action plan
• Delivered to you within a few days of testing
• Peace-of-mind at an economical price
• 2-for-1 air quality assessments: VOCs and active mold growth
• Can detect “hidden” mold
• Non-destructive test
• Detailed chemical analysis available (additional charge)