Most Americans spend about 90% of their time indoors. According to the US EPA, levels for many pollutants may be two to five times higher indoors than outdoors.

Indoor air pollution can trigger asthma and allergies

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Indoor air pollution can trigger allergic reactions, asthma attacks, and other respiratory symptoms. Children, the elderly, and even healthy adults can experience fatigue, nausea, headaches, scratchy throat, and nasal irritation. New homes are constructed with tighter windows and doors to save energy, but they also keep fresh air out. High efficiency heating and cooling systems constantly recirculate indoor air so indoor pollutants build up over time. Most homes may not be properly equipped to filter and purify indoor air.

Get the test. Know the facts.

So what is the air quality in your home? You can find out with the AirAdvice IAQ test that pinpoints key indoor air quality problems affecting your family’s health, as well as their comfort and safety.

It’s easy

To perform the test, your Pyro HVAC professional places an AirAdvice IAQ monitor in your home for three days to measure air quality under real living conditions. AirAdvice’s unique technology electronically analyzes the air 24 hours a day, recording a sample every minute. The monitor is virtually silent and makes no annoying noises.

You’ll get more than numbers

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You’ll receive a full-color AirAdvice IAQ report that enables you to “see” your home’s daily air quality and makes it easy to explain results to the rest of your family. You and your HVAC professional will use the report to determine what may be affecting your home’s indoor air and when those changes occurred. The report also suggests ways to solve your air quality problems. Using the report, you and your HVAC professional can work together to select the right solution.