What do you breathe

Air Quality Test

You've probably heard about "Sick Building Syndrome" or "Building-Related Illness". They're closely related problems. Poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) can cause health-related problems, including:

  1. Nausea
  2. Disorientation
  3. Headaches
  4. Chronic fatigue
  5. Respiration difficulties

If a clinical illness can be directly attributed to known airborne contaminants, the cause is Building Related Illness, sometimes referred to simply as BRI. If a specific illness or cause can't be diagnosed, but the problems are associated with a particular building, the term used is Sick Building Syndrome (SBS).

Do you (or anyone in your family) suffer from any of the following?

  1. Allergies?
  2. Asthma?
  3. Headaches?
  4. Sore Eyes?
  5. Sore throat?
  6. Flu-like symptoms when indoors?
  7. Constant fatigue when indoors?

Does your home seem to have these problems?

  1. Dust balls?
  2. Excess dirt?
  3. Fur balls?
  4. Dust?
  5. Cold/hot spots?
  6. Discoloration of carpets, drapes, or furnishings?

Has your home had any of these improvements done?

  1. New home construction?
  2. Renovations?
  3. Drywall or painting?
  4. New carpet or flooring?
  5. Does/did your home have mice or rodent problems?
  6. Is your home close to busy road/freeway/farmers field/industrial park?
  7. Do you (or the previous owners of your home) smoke?
  8. Would you like to improve the air quality in your home?
  9. Do you like to save money, but still believe in a quality service to protect your family and home?

If you answered YES to more than five (5) of the above questions it's time to call
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