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Green Home Solutions provides dependable and affordable indoor air quality testing services that allow you to assess the quality of the air inside your home or business.

By performing air quality testing, you can determine whether there are any harmful contaminants in your air and develop a plan of action. This may include mold removal, indoor disinfection, or other air quality services that our professionals can also provide.

Some signs that you should have your property’s air quality tested include:

1. People are experiencing unexplained health symptoms: If occupants of your home or business have been experiencing unexplained health symptoms such as allergies, respiratory issues, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, or irritation of the eyes, nose, or throat, it could be an indication of poor indoor air quality.

2. There are lingering odors: Persistent or recurring unpleasant odors in your property, even after thorough cleaning, may be a sign of underlying air quality issues. Certain odors, such as musty or moldy smells, chemical odors, or stale air, can indicate the presence of contaminants.

3. You have visible mold or moisture: If you see visible mold growth or problems caused by moisture, it suggests a potential source of indoor air quality concerns. Mold can release spores into the air, leading to respiratory issues and allergic reactions.

4. You just completed construction or a renovation: If your property has recently undergone construction, remodeling, or renovation work, harmful particles or chemicals may have been released into the air. Testing your air quality after these activities can help identify any potential concerns.

By monitoring your property for these signs and being proactive in assessing your air quality, you can ensure a healthy and comfortable indoor environment for occupants. Professional indoor air quality testing from Green Home Solutions will provide valuable insights and help identify any potential issues that need to be addressed.