Help Me Reduce Carbon Monoxide In My Home
Most people don’t think about the air quality in their homes until a problem occurs. Or, even worse, when a family member develops health symptoms. Only then do homeowners start to wonder if something in their home could be causing the symptoms. For example, common symptoms of poor air quality include eye, nose, and throat irritation, along with headaches, dizziness or fatigue. The truth is, we spend about 90% of our time indoors. As a result, the risks to health may be greater due to indoor air pollution than outdoors.
Diagnosing indoor air problems can be challenging. There are many variables to consider. Some health effects may show up shortly after a single exposure to a pollutant. Conversely, other health effects may show up years after exposure has occurred. Or, symptoms occur only after long or repeated periods of exposure. That is why it makes sense to try to improve the indoor air quality in your home even if symptoms are not noticeable. Pollutants such as mold, carbon monoxide, lead paint, asbestos, vermiculite or VOC’s can impact the indoor air quality of your home. Other, more subtle things that may be effecting indoor air quality in homes can be relative humidity levels, dust, dog or cat dander or the amount of fresh air entering your home.
The Solution is as easy as 1, 2, 3
GreenHomes offers an approach for raising home efficiency that eliminates health or safety problems in your home. Plus, our approach is simple and straightforward. It all starts with GreenHomes helping you better understand the most common pollutants that can impact indoor air quality levels. Next, our team reviews your home and recommends modifications that improve your home’s indoor air quality.
GreenHomes believes home energy and indoor air quality projects are far more successful when the homeowners better understand the problems and possible solutions for their home. That is why we help you learn about the issues you would like to resolve in your home. Then, we step you through a process to resolve those problems. At GHA, we believe it is easier for homeowners to plan home energy and indoor air quality projects and then execute them to get long lasting results if you are more knowledgeable about the root causes of the problem and solutions successfully used in the industry. Let us show you how to: