Indoor Air Quality Testing in Oro Valley: How Air Quality Affects Your Health

When you think of air pollution, you might think of smog or factory smoke. But for most people, your primary exposure to air pollution will be through common indoor environments, including your home. For homeowners in Tucson and Oro Valley, Green Home Solutions offers expert indoor air quality testing and treatment, so you can always improve the air you breathe. 

Indoor spaces are closed environments—which is great for conserving heat or cool air, but less ideal for overall airflow. Because of that, pollutants can’t be diluted or dispersed as quickly. Instead, they linger in the air for longer, presenting a risk to your health and home. 

Let’s take a closer look. 

The Health Effects of Poor Air Quality: A Quick Primer

Poor air quality affects us all differently. It may depend on what’s in your air, how concentrated it is, and other important factors. That said, here’s what you should know about indoor air pollution: 

  • It can affect your comfort levels. Simply put, poor air quality makes it hard to spend time in a particular space. Think of how unpleasant it is to focus when there’s a strong odor nearby, or when a room is too stuffy. These subtle air quality problems can affect our comfort, our focus, and our productivity. 
  • It can cause short-term problems. Air quality issues don’t just affect day-to-day comfort: they can also trigger short-term problems like congestion, eye irritation, or fatigue. For those who have asthma or other allergies, poor air quality can cause a reaction as well. If leaving an area causes the health problem to go away, it’s likely related to air quality. 
  • It can have long-term impact. Unfortunately, prolonged exposure to air quality problems can be detrimental to long-term health. Long-term exposure to mold can cause memory loss and respiratory complications, while other air quality issues can contribute to cancer, strokes, and heart problems. 
  • Testing is your first line of defense. Knowing what’s in the air can help you take steps to protect your home, your health, and your family. Indoor air quality testing and proactive treatment is recommended by experts, including the EPA. Homeowners in Oro Valley can always count on Green Home Solutions for answers.  

Get Started with Indoor Air Quality Testing in Oro Valley

With Green Home Solutions, you can schedule indoor air quality testing in: 

Green Home Solutions providing indoor air quality testing in Oro Valley.
  • Oro Valley
  • Marana
  • Tucson
  • Catalina Foothills
  • Pima County

Find out what’s living in your home’s air. To get started with indoor air quality testing in Oro Valley and throughout the Tucson area, call Green Home Solutions at (520) 639-6712.