Protect Your Family with a Home Allergen Test

Protect Your Family With A Home Allergen Test

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A home allergy step is one of the first steps you can take towards increasing the overall health of you and your family members. Many people are unaware of all of the possible allergens in and around their homes. 

While many people view their homes as a safe haven from the outdoors, they may be surprised to find that the air indoors is even more polluted than the air outside. With all the time we spend indoors, the air we breathe should be as clean as possible. 

Testing the air in your home can go a long way to eliminating allergic reactions that may seem to have no known cause.

Should I Test The Air in my Home?

You may be wondering if testing the air in your home is necessary. Some people often experience cold-like symptoms in their home but are unable to trace it back to a clear cause. 

Others simply go about their day feeling fine. While you may not be aware of it, certain allergens and pollutants in your air can cause health risks over time. Once you become aware of the pollutants and allergens in your air, you can take action to remove them.

What is a Home Allergen Test?

When people think of an allergy test, they often think of those pricks they felt as a child at the doctor’s office. You can rest assured that this is nothing like that! A home allergen test using equipment to measure the amount of unseen particles in the air that can be a possible danger to your lungs. 

These tests help homeowners determine if their air is healthy to breathe and what contaminants are present. You will become aware of what can be done to improve the air quality in your home as well. 

Possible Sources of Poor Air Quality

Poor air quality in the home can come from a variety of sources. The most common and well-known sources are pet dander and pollen, but there are many more subtle sources. When looking into air pollutants, many homeowners forget to look at mold or pollutants that result from household cleaning supplies. 

Another possible source that may be causing poor air quality is a lack of maintenance on the ventilation systems in your home. Forgetting to replace air filters can contribute or introduce pollutants and allergens into your home and lungs.

Contact Air Quality Consultants Today

Air Quality Consultants has been serving and providing quality services to the Virginia Beach and Richmond area since 1991. We believe that clean air is a basic right that all people deserve to have, and are committed to providing thorough testing to ensure clean air. 

If you’ve been experiencing cold-like or allergy-like symptoms in your home, it may be time to schedule a Home Allergen Test. Once the testing has been completed, our highly trained team of professionals will work with you to eliminate these allergens in your air. 

Contact us today to start the process of cleaner air for you and your family.

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