The air inside your home may be polluted by lead (in house dust), formaldehyde, fire-retardants, radon, even volatile chemicals from fragrances used in conventional cleaners. Some pollutants are tracked into the home. Some arrive via a new mattress or furniture, carpet cleaners, or a coat of paint on the walls.
Indoor allergens and irritants have become much more important in recent decades because we're spending more time indoors. Because modern homes are airtight, these irritants can't easily escape.
Sometimes a contractor can miss a few steps and another job has to be done to correct those. We come in and make those necessary adjustment as fast and effectively as possible with the most cost-efficient service, that way, in the long run you save more by choosing us to fix those mistakes from ever turning into a life-threat.
It is important to get routine check-ups, just like a doctor visit, for any potential health threat that can affect respiratory problems and allergens.
We have accurate technology that can sense any contamination in your air vents and test your detectors for any malfunctions they may have.