Why are indoor environments often more polluted than outside? A quick look at the image above shows many of our common household cleaners, touch-up paints, and attic air gets circulated through our home. While relocation is a simple solution to many household pollutants, some things like dust from the attic, walls and ductwork will always remain an indoor pollutant source until corrected. Rather than using methods for cleaning the air after it already has become contaminated, we address indoor air quality pollution at the source.
During our comprehensive, home energy audit, we will evaluate your home for the causes of poor indoor air quality and create a plan customized to your needs.
For more information how Green ID can create a healthier home environment for you, or to schedule a home energy audit today, contact us here.
EPA Guidebook to Indoor Air Quality
Correct Sources of Indoor Air Quality For Good
The Pallet Family, Phoenix, AZ
The new air filtration device your team installed is awesome! The new ductwork is so quiet we don't notice the unit is on and Dom has stopped snoring at night.
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