“We believe the indoor air quality problem with the homes across the U.S. goes beyond the energy efficiency crisis,” said Adam Radly, the founder and CEO of One Clean Planet.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 29, 2012
Indoor air quality is increasingly becoming an issue with the U.S. housing stock. Insufficient insulation, excessive air leakage and infiltration in crawl spaces that were built improperly are the leading issues causing air pollution in our homes. Stale air that lays dormant for years in a crawl space often pushes mold spores throughout the house and can be a major health issue. Most of the time the indoor air pollutants don’t have an odor and cannot be detected without professional testing equipment so the problems often go untreated for years and unfortunately brings health issues along with it. It’s been reported by the EPA that indoor air pollutants cause a variety of health problems, including headaches, dizziness, fatigue, asthma, and even eventually respiratory disease, cancer, and even heart disease
“We strongly believe the indoor air quality problem with the homes across the U.S. goes beyond the energy efficiency crisis,” said Adam Radly the founder and CEO of One Clean Planet. “Paying extra money for fuel and electricity is one thing, but providing a safe and healthy living condition for your family is a much bigger issue. With our indoor air quality testing we can determine the exact levels of pollution and provide the solutions to fix the issues immediately.”
One Clean Planet’s Adam Radly says the air quality tests are an important part of the company’s mission for helping people throughout the U.S. maintain a healthy and clean lifestyle. For $49 per audit with the indoor air quality test their service is a no brainer for any homeowner.