For the elderly, just small changes in respiratory function may have a critical impact on their quality of life. Health effects of indoor air pollution such as asthma, allergies, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder are usually much more debilitating for the elderly.
The elderly, and also children, are considered a sensitive population. If there are children or elderly persons in your home, then it is important to make sure the home’s air is as free from indoor air contaminants as possible.
Let us help you. Have a HomeAdvice™ indoor air quality test done today in your home – it’s simple, easy, and is typically offered at an affordable or with some providers no cost to you, the homeowner.
The test will give you recommendations on how to fix any problems that are found.
Interested in what people in your area have experienced with AirAdvice? Learn more about people who have had an air quality testand how the results led to improvements in the environment in their homes.