Clean air is something that we all tend to take for granted until we lose it. Air is a necessity of life, and yet, many people deal with poor air quality in their homes and don’t even realize it. If you’ve been dealing with respiratory issues or other symptoms that seem like allergies, there’s a chance that your home has bad air.
One of the key things to do to address that situation is to identify what the contributing factors are to the air in your residence. Are harsh chemicals used in your home, or nearby? Do people in your home smoke indoors? Are there any pets? What is the mold or mildew situation? Are the heating and cooling systems in your home properly ventilated? These are just a few things that a typical home inspector would look into when determining the source of a poor air quality problem in your home.