Residential Indoor Air Quality

“The average American breathes 3,400 gallons of air each day, making ambient air pollution a major environmental problem.” – American Lung Association

”Three most important methods of improving indoor air quality are source removal, air cleaning and increased ventilation.” – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

“There are an estimated 42.6 million Americans living with hay fever and/or asthma.” – American Lung Association

IAQ Testing

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Park Mechanical, Inc., Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing performs a service called the AirAdvice IAQ test. After an AirAdvice IAQ monitor is placed in your home, it will measure conditions like temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide levels, and airborne particles in one-minute cycles over the course of three days. When the three-day air quality testing is complete, data will be transmitted via phone line to AirAdvice servers for analysis.

THE REPORT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:

  • Airborne particle levels
  • Temperature variances
  • Humidity ranges
  • Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide levels
  • Volatile Organic Chemical (VOC) levels

A Park Mechanical, Inc., Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing Air Quality specialist will then review the report with you to discuss any problems, possible sources of problems and solutions.

It’s easy to request a home AirAdvice IAQ test—just contact us.