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Improve Your Home's Air Quality

The air quality in your home is something that you might take for granted. However, having poor air quality can have long-lasting effects on your health that you might not even be aware of.

 

Sources of indoor pollution can be from combustion sources such as oil, gas, kerosene, and coal. Pollution can also be due to high temperature or humidity. The effects of indoor pollution vary, but young children, the elderly, and people with respiratory and cardiovascular diseases are affected the most.

 

Call Paragon Home Inspectors today to see what you can do!

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Comprehensive air-quality inspections

Licensed Mold Assessors: mold can cause any number of health complications - from itching to sinus infections, headaches, and fatigue. Mold can be found in several areas in a home's environment.

 

Paragon Home Inspectors will perform visual inspections, air samplings, and tape / swab inspections to determine the type of airborne contamination you might have and the amount of it in your home.

 

Call Paragon Home Inspectors today to speak with our ESA- and IAC2-certified inspectors!

 

Environmental testing for radon (gas) or mold: radon is a gas that occurs naturally from a rock called uranium, and it is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US.

 

Paragon Home Inspectors is certified by the National Radon Safety Board to inspect your home for potential radon pollution. Call today!

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Radon

Environmental testing for radon (gas) or mold: radon is a gas that occurs naturally from a rock called uranium, and it is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US. The United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Surgeon General of the United States have recommended that all houses should be tested for radon. For more information on radon testing, call the toll-free National Radon Information Line at 1-800-SOS-Radon or 1-800-767-7236.