Designed with homeowners in mind
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a large group of chemicals that are found in many products we use to build and maintain our homes. VOCs release or “off-gas” at room temperature and contaminate your indoor air. While exposure to specific novel organic chemicals may not be well studied, the health risks from exposure toVOCs broadly are well documented.
Humidity and temperature checks
Beyond identifying hot and cool spots in your home that can pinpoint system inefficiencies or energy waste issues, controlling temperature and humidity to stable levels is important for the safety of your home and the health of its occupants. Temperatures can affect sleep, mood, and comfort. Humidity can aggravate asthma, allergies, and certain respiratory conditions.
Monitor mold risk
Controlling factors that fuel mold growth is the key to prevent it. The air in your home cycles naturally around and can carry spores from hidden mold growth. These spores can aggravate asthma, stimulate allergic reactions, and interfere with developmental and neurological processes in humans.
- Eye, nose, and throat irritation
- Coughing and painful breathing
- Asthma attacks
- Headaches and dizziness
- Nausea and vomiting
- Liver diseases
- Reproductive system damage
- Central nervous system issues
- Cardiovascular diseases
- Kidney damage
- Child development issues