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The Importance of Air Quality Testing

THE IMPORTANCE OF AIR QUALITY TESTING WHY DOES AIR QUALITY MATTER? Many people spend as much as 90% of their time indoors Poor indoor air quality can affect your health and potentially lead to: • Mold poisoning • Disorders of the nervous system • Cancer WHEN TO HAVE YOUR AIR QUALITY TESTED If you notice a problem Many contaminants cannot be seen or smelled, but symptoms may be present Respiratory issues, headaches, fatigue, and general malaise may be related to poor air quality Stuffy, stale air or dirt around heating and cooling units can indicate a problem If you're buying a home Contaminants such as asbestos may have been used in construction Modern homes use other materials, but older homes may still have asbestos FOR SALE Asbestos can lead to major health problems if it becomes airborne If you're a real estate agent It is wise to suggest to your clients that they perform an air quality inspection Buyers want to invest in a home that doesn't come with pre-existing problems Failing to suggest this can lead to negative reviews of your professional performance If you're planning a renovation Certain contaminants, such as asbestos, may not be harmful unless they are disturbed Construction or renovation projects will send dust and potential contaminants into the air Find out what materials your contractor will be using • Test your air before and after a renovation to see if there have been any changes SAFE AIR FAST ENVIRONN Provided by: www.SAFEAIRFAST.COM Sources: -A-Guide-to-Indoor-Air-Quality/ or-air-quality-testing

The Importance of Air Quality Testing

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Some older homes still contain asbestos, which can contribute to severe health issues if it is disturbed! Learn about the importance of air quality testing by checking out this infographic.


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