3 Benefits of Better Indoor Air Quality

April 24, 2021 | Air Quality Inspection

When not at the office, people generally spend most of their time at home. This means the indoor air quality of your home matters, and you should know what’s floating around in your air. With an indoor air quality test from Valley Building Inspections, you can get all of these details in a matter of hours. Poor indoor air quality can lead to various health issues and affect everyone in your home, including your pets. Here are three benefits to improving the air in your home.

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4 Reasons Indoor Air Quality Matters

February 22, 2021 | Air Quality Inspection

The air quality in your home or commercial building matters more than you might think. Without proper ventilation, filtration, and flow, individuals can suffer significant health issues. This is especially true for people living and working in close quarters. Still, most people don’t realize they can and should have their air quality tested. If you want to learn more, here are several reasons why indoor air quality matters. When you’re ready, call Valley Building Inspections for an indoor air quality test.

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4 Ways to Protect Your Home from Radon Gas

January 22, 2021 | Air Quality Inspection

January is National Radon Action Month, and the EPA and United States Surgeon General encourage every homeowner to have the air quality in their homes tested. Radon is a natural gas that forms when uranium, thorium, or radium elements break down and decay. This decay occurs in the rocks, soil, and underground water around your home. Because radon is odorless, tasteless, and colorless, most homeowners aren’t even aware of its existence. Yet, this gas shouldn’t be ignored since it’s the second leading cause of lung cancer, behind smoking. Radon testing from Valley Building Inspections is a crucial first step to protect you and your family. Here are some additional ways you can protect your family and your home.

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3 Reasons to Test Your Home’s Air Quality

December 21, 2020 | Air Quality Inspection

Indoor air quality should be a concern for everyone. No matter where you live, the air quality in your home can significantly impact your health. Furthermore, letting things go undetected could be what’s causing your indoor allergies. If you suspect your sneezing and runny nose is more than a simple cold, then you need to call Valley Building Inspections for a home air quality test. If you’re still not sure, here are some reasons you should give us a call.

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