Indoor / Outdoor Air Quality

We have already talked about indoor air quality. Now let’s discuss outdoor air quality. The outdoor air quality around your home can help us interpret your indoor air quality results. For example, if the outdoor air quality is really bad, then the results of your indoor air quality could be influenced by the outdoor contaminants.

Outdoor air quality is a lot harder to control; however, it is usually not a big problem for homeowners. The main concern with most people is keeping the indoor air quality at levels suitable for leading a healthy life. In places where humidity tends to be a frequent problem, mold can be harder to control as its growth is stimulated by moisture. In these cases, there are a number of steps that can be taken to ensure that the humidity outside does not penetrate into your home. A technician can conduct a mold assessment and recommend specific steps to take to minimize mold contamination of your home.