Execute Your Carbon Monoxide Reduction Project Plan
When resolving indoor air quality problems in your home, selecting a contractor remains challenging. For example, homeowners need a certified and experienced contractor that remediates issues and improves indoor air quality. As a result, simply selecting a low-bid contractor isn’t always the wisest decision.
Consider factors such as:
- How experienced is the contractor (how long have they been in business and how many similar projects have they done)?
- Are they licensed?
- Is the contractor insured?
- Do they have any certifications or accreditations?
- Did they share referrals or testimonials with you?
- What is their Better Business Rating?
- What is their responsiveness to phone calls?
To help find a qualified contractor in your area, GreenHomes America completed some of the work for you. We established a list of Qualified Contractors that passed our rigorous verification procedure. As a result, our list helps customers find quality contractors in their area. Additionally, all GHA quality contractors successfully completed our training assurance program, which makes selecting a contractor easier for you. Finally, homeowners are under no obligation to hire a contractor from our Qualified Contractor Network. But, our list makes your hiring decision simpler and less stressful. Give the GHA Qualified Contractor Network a try!
In addition, the Building Performance Institute (BPI) now offers professional certifications as “Healthy Home Evaluators”. These certified individuals are trained as both Building Analysts and Healthy Home Evaluators to help homeowners identify and improve existing health and safety problems in the home. Visit BPI’s website for more information about Healthy Home Evaluators.
Also, the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Center for Environmental Health have extremely comprehensive websites on Indoor Air Quality Problems and Solutions. Be sure to visit their websites!