Air Quality Testing
Every home has to breathe. This is why ventilation is installed in attics, so air can be drawn in and expelled from a home. This process helps to keep indoor temperatures from building inside our homes, as well as contributing to purging old air from the house as new air is circulated in. Did you know, however, that this whole process starts on the ground level as air is pulled up and out through attic ventilation? If the lowest level of your home is a basement, the quality of the air in your home is directly influenced by the general health of your basement. This is why indoor air quality testing is so important, as the testing determines the health of your home.