Indoor Air Testing

Indoor Air Testing: More Than Just Radon Testing

Do you have concerns about indoor air quality or know if the air your family breathes is healthy or unsafe?

Air Advice System

Many different air pollutants could be affecting your home - AirAdvice can help you find out!

If you answer yes to either of these questions, National Radon Defense can help!

National Radon Defense dealers have Indoor Air Quality Specialists who are trained and equipped to test overall indoor air quality and comfort utilizing the AirAdvice for Homes™ monitor system. This diagnostic program makes the invisible visible and shows you how to make your home as healthy, comfortable, and as safe as possible.

To see what AirAdvice can reveal about your home, find your local NRD dealer today!

What will an AirAdvice test and report provide?

  • Detail any problems your home might have with heating/cooling, humidity, carbon dioxide levels, carbon monoxide
  • Provide recommendations for making your home more comfortable and healthy
  • Offer ideas that will help reduce your utility bills
  • Give you peace of mind

Testing and Reporting Process

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Step 1) Your National Radon Defense Indoor Air Quality Specialist will set one or more AirAdvice monitors in your home. This is typically a 30-minute appointment.

Step 2) The monitor will send indoor air sampling data to the AirAdvice servers for an extended period of time (5 to 7 days preferred). The AirAdvice for Homes™ monitor system will measure: particle allergens, chemical pollutants, carbon monoxide, humidity, temperature, and carbon dioxide.

Step 3) Your Indoor Air Quality Specialist will deliver and explain your AirAdvice report. This report, that is yours to keep, will detail the health, comfort, and safety levels in your home, and provide solutions to improve your environment.

Air Advice System

Common Indoor Air Pollutants

There could be contaminants throughout your home that you do not know about, yet they are quietly contributing to air quality problems in every room of the house. There are many factors that can cause indoor air pollution throughout your home:

  • Bedrooms – dust mites, pet dander, fragrances, and dry-cleaning
  • Family rooms – tobacco smoke, wood stoves/fireplaces, and unvented space heaters
  • Bathrooms – plumbing leaks, damp flooring and carpeting, excessive moisture, insect debris, viruses and bacteria, household cleaners, and air fresheners
  • Kitchens – cooking smoke, gas appliances, household cleaning agents, insect debris, viruses and bacteria, garbage pails, and plumbing leaks
  • Attics – outdated insulation, old clothing and bedding, asbestos, and dust
  • Garages – paints and solvents, auto exhaust and gasoline fumes, pesticides and herbicides, carbon monoxide, and hobby supplies (like vanishes and glues)
  • Basements – radon, plumbing leaks, viruses and bacteria, and dust
  • Fireplaces – carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, particle allergens, chemical pollutants, and temperature, humidity, and air pressure issues
  • Yards – pollen, dust, pesticides, and herbicides

If you or your family has suffered from any of the above problems, or recognize any of these pollutants in your home, let us help you! National Radon Defense dealers can use the AirAdvice test to discover indoor air pollutants and come up with a plan to solve these issues. Contact your local contractor today!

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