Feeling Sick Inside? – Time For a Home Allergen Test

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While you may view your home as a haven from the outdoors, your home might not be as safe as you think. If you notice yourself experiencing cold or other allergy-like symptoms while at home, there may be undetected allergens and pollutants in the air. 

A home allergen test can help you identify these pollutants and get you back on track to having clean air at home.

What Is a Home Allergen Test?

When most people think of allergen tests, they’re taken back to uncomfortable doctor visits full of needles and skin pricks. You can rest assured that this test is nothing like that! 

During a home allergen test, we test your air to see what allergens are present. While it’s impossible to remove all allergens from home, our test results can help you control the quantity. 

This indoor air quality test uses ultra-sensitive equipment to measure the number of harmful particles that can’t be seen by the naked eye. It’s essential to identify these microscopic particles, as they can pose a threat to your lungs.

Why You Should Test Your Air

As we mentioned earlier, if you find yourself suddenly experiencing cold-like symptoms after spending time indoors, an allergen test can help. While you may have lived in your home for many years with no problem, allergens develop over time. An allergy test can help you have it back to an allergen-free state in no time. 

If you already suffer from allergies or asthma, regularly testing your home is especially important. Allergens like dust, pollen, and mold can cause severe asthma attacks. When inhaled, mold causes the airways to constrict and produce more mucus. You may even experience shortness of breath and wheezing.

Homeowners who have pets should also perform routine allergen testing. Pet dander is a common allergen found in most homes. While you love your pets, you probably don’t love the effects of pet dander. An allergen test can determine if the levels of pet dander in the air are the cause of your allergies.

Air Quality Consultants Home Allergen Test

If you think your indoor environment may be the cause of your sickness, scheduling a home allergen test should be your next move. Testing and identify harmful pollutants and allergens in your home can help you start making your way back to clean air. 

Air Quality Consultants are ready to help you get your allergies under control. Schedule a professional Home Allergen Test to receive honest testing and recommendations about the pollutants in your home. 

Once completed, our home allergen tests will provide a detailed diagnostic report to show you what pollutants have been detected in your air. We’ll then create a plan to help improve the air quality in your home. 

To request a quote today, fill out our online contact form. One of our team members will contact you to schedule an appointment at your earliest convenience.

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