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How Do I Check My Indoor Air Quality?

There are many important reasons to check your indoor air quality. The most simple and basic air quality tests rely on your own senses. Musty air and unnatural odors, for example,often signal an air quality problem. To detect some forms of contamination, however, you’ll need special sensors. Carbon monoxide and radon are undetectable by human senses, so most homes have special detectors that alert you when your home has an unhealthy level of these deadly contaminants. Proper ventilation may resolve some of the common air quality issues. If you are experiencing symptoms of physical illness, however,hire an HVAC expert to perform a professional test of indoor air quality. A professional HVAC technician will use advanced diagnostic equipment to identify mold, asbestos and other unseen high-risk elements.

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