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The average family spends 90% of their time indoors, so the quality of your indoor air is of the utmost importance to your health. In fact, EPA has listed indoor air pollution among the top five environmental dangers posed to Americans today.

Getting regular measurements of your home’s indoor air quality is a vital step in ensuring the health of your family.

Your Children’s Health

Children in particular are sensitive to the health-damaging effects of indoor air pollution. Their young lungs are not as well-equipped to deal with pollutants and dust particles as adults are. Acute respiratory infections, asthma, and pulmonary disease are just a few of the health risks that poor air quality can pose for children.

Coarse dust particles (PM10) are smaller than the width of human hair and can irritate the lungs and eyes. Fine particles (PM2.5) that are 2.5 micrometers in diameter or smaller are even more dangerous, driving particulate matter into the delicate tissue deep inside the lungs.

The Particle Plus™ sensor measures for both PM10 and PM 2.5 dust particles, so that you can make sure your children aren’t breathing any contaminants.

The Particle Plus™ sensor can measure for airborne mold spores both indoors and outdoors.

Guarding Against Invisible Dangers

You often can’t tell how clean the inside of your home is by sight or smell. Invisible, odorless air contaminants can exist in your air for weeks and months without anyone noticing.

For example, moisture can cause dangerous black mold to build up behind walls, releasing invisible mold spores into the air and into your lungs. Mold spores can even enter your home from your outdoor central air conditioning, circulating through every room in your house.

The consequences of mold contamination can be severe. Symptoms include severe coughing, allergic reactions, asthma, and acute upper respiratory tract infections.

Stopping Contaminants At The Source

Not only is it important to understand the general quality of the air in your home, but you also need to know the air quality in each room, so you can discover the source of any potential contaminants.

If you have a toxic radon leak in your home, would you be content knowing it’s coming from “somewhere”? Of course not. You want to get to the source immediately so you can fix the problem and ensure your safety.

Typical solutions for finding contaminants, like mold traps, don’t provide the level of detail you need to completely eradicate the problem. You need to inspect every area of your home to be sure you have no air quality issues.

The Particle Plus™ sensor is mobile and can provide a thorough inspection of every part of your house.

Don’t Risk Your Family’s Health. Get An Air Quality & Mold Inspection with Particle Plus™ Technology Today.

Ask your home inspector about adding an Air Quality Inspection to his service.