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Top Ways to Test Indoor Air Quality

Top Ways to Test Indoor Air Quality

Most homeowners do not give heed to the air quality of their homes.  However, it is one of the most important aspects of your healthy lifestyle. It is easy for harmful chemicals and germs to spread throughout your home. This, in turn, can have an adverse impact on your overall health.

 But no need to fret as we bring to you some effective ways to test indoor air quality.

1.     Invest in an Air Quality Monitor

The best way to detect the air quality inside your home is by purchasing an air quality monitor. The device will easily check dust particles or other allergens that may be present in your house.

The device will further examine the temperature and humidity of your house. All of this will help you conclude what kind of air is in your home.

2.     Look for the Signs of Mold in the House

It is easy to tell if there is mold infestation in your home. If you smell a musty odor or come across accumulated mold on certain parts of your house, it means that your house needs to improve its air quality.

 Some of the visible signs of mold include black spots, water or damp spots on the walls.

3.     Install Carbon Monoxide Detector in Your Home

Carbon monoxide is a deadly gas that can be easily inhaled by you or family. How? It is because the gas is odorless, tasteless, and colorless.

 This gas is often times a byproduct of many home appliances such as water heaters, stoves, fireplaces, and furnaces. To know if carbon monoxide exists in your house, you should install the carbon monoxide detector immediately.

Place the detector around your bedroom so that you can hear the alarm when asleep. You can also install it on the floors so that you are instantly alerted if there is a high level of carbon monoxide in your home.

4.     Perform a Radon Test

Radon is a radioactive gas that can be found in the soil and in well water. The gas can easily seep into your house, without your knowledge.

The gas can cause contamination in the house, affecting your health as a result. Therefore, it is better that you perform an at-home radon test or hire a professional for the task.

If you are hiring professional help to test the indoor air quality of your house, make sure that you choose a reliable and experienced professional. 

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