Dunbar Comfort Solutions can make the invisible visible
There are numerous reasons why it’s smart to test your home’s air for pollutants that might be affecting your health and indoor comfort. Perhaps you feel sick when you’re at home, but feel better while you’re at work or outside. You may be someone who has bothersome allergies or asthma. Maybe you have young children or elderly parents living in the home. are preparing to start a family.
Whatever the reason, the Dunbar Comfort Solutions test will assess your home’s health, comfort, and safety.
What We Test For
Our simple indoor air quality test monitors pollutants and tracks humidity and temperature so we can determine the conditions that may be lowering your home’s IAQ and affecting your comfort. At the end of the monitoring period, we will generate a report and recommend how to take action to clear the air and improve the comfort of your home. You and your HVAC contractor can then work together to come up with a plan of action that best suits your needs and budget.
Our air quality test is a comprehensive diagnostic system that provides simple, automated assessments of a home’s air quality and energy efficiency. Our indoor quality test identifies problems having to do with:
- Carbon monoxide (CO)
- Carbon dioxide (CO2)
- Particulates (dust)
- Volatile organic compounds (chemicals and odors)
See a Sample Report Here
Although you might not be aware, the air in your home can contain harmful pollutants from common household products and building materials that might be making you sick or making your asthma or health conditions worse.
Products that we commonly use to clean and freshen our air can contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Over time, building materials, new furniture and carpeting, can release harmful chemicals, like formaldehyde, into the air we breathe. Sometimes, the gas given off by these VOCs is released for years. When it comes to contamination, it doesn’t matter if the home you are living in is new or old, when there is lack of ventilation and a buildup of pollutants, illness, breathing trouble, and even death, could be the result.
You don’t have to suffer from the effects of bad indoor air quality. Contact us today to schedule a home air quality test to find and eliminate the sources of indoor air pollution in your home.