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Air quality testing in Arizona

Preliminary and Clearance Verification Testing Available

Don’t let indoor air contaminants affect your health when quality air testing is only a phone call away. AAA Air Quality Testing promptly and thoroughly measures the quality of air in homes, offices, and other indoor spaces.

Indoor air contaminants damage more than respiratory health. The range of indoor air pollutants includes VOCs, phthalates, PBDEs, mold, pollen, pet dander, radon, and more. Most of these are easily inhaled, can pass into the bloodstream, and even cross the blood-brain barrier. Dry eyes, headaches, nasal congestion, fatigue, and even nausea are common symptoms. Serious problems such as asthma, lung infections, or even lung cancer have been linked to exposure. Particles which enter the bloodstream have been associated with stroke and depression in adults, and children have shown increased systemic inflammation, immune dysfunction, and neural distress.

Tight construction of homes reduces ventilation and air quality

Indoor air pollution is something every home in America struggles with. Since 1970 homes have been built “tighter” to conserve energy. But that same tight construction reduces ventilation, traps indoor air pollutants inside your home, and could be making you sick.

Air Quality Testing Available:

  • Respirator Fit Testing
  • Preliminary Testing
  • Clearance Verification Testing

Here are seven facts and statistics about your health and your home’s indoor air quality, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). We serve Phoenix, Tucson, Sierra Vista, and other communities in Arizona.

You spend about 90% of your time indoors. At work, at school and at home, if you are like most people, you spend a lot of your time inside. The quality of indoor air can be two to five times (and even up to 100 times) more polluted than the worst outside air. Most people recognize the health concerns that outdoor air pollution poses, but few consider that exposure to poor indoor air quality has the same ill health effects. The EPA has ranked indoor air pollution among the top five environmental dangers. That’s why air quality testing is so important. It can help you find out how severely the air is affecting your health and how to improve the quality of your indoor environment.

Your health isn’t the only concern with contaminated indoor air. There has been an alarming increase in the number of children with severe allergies and asthma. The number of children and young adults with severe allergies and asthma continues to climb every year. This has been linked to increasingly poor indoor air quality.

Don't wait to find out if your home's air is causing health problems. Call AAA Air Quality Testing today to schedule a test

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