Tampa, FL September 16, 2016 – The case for indoor air test kits. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that indoor air environments can be up to 100 times more polluted than the outdoor air. Recently there has been more detailed scientific data that suggests air within both residential dwellings and commercial interiors can be even more polluted that the surrounding outdoor air. Even in the most industry rich cities and regions. It is estimated that people spend nearly 90% of there time indoors. So, health risks could be greater due to poor indoor air quality.
But now it is easy and inexpensive to detect indoor air pollutants.
ABC News Morning Blend TV Show host Natalie Taylor spoke with Troy Raszka Marketing & Communications director at Building Health Check, LLC and Rony Iraq QA/QC Manager for the Environmental Diagnostics Laboratory about why it’s crucial to test for and identify the most common issues that affect indoor air quality in homes, schools and workplaces.
“Many people think of their home as a safe place to relax and sleep.” stated Mr. Raszka, “But,they don’t realize what could be living inside their air conditioner or duct system.”
During the segment Mr. Iraq showed how easy it is to collect both surface and air samples demonstrating one of BHC’s evalu-aire Basic Indoor Air Test Kits.
Mrs. Taylor said she had never thought about the indoor air quality of her home and she hoped Tampa Bay’s Morning Blend audience would take time to learn more about the IAQ in their homes.
Watch the entire segment below.
Building Health Check’s indoor air test kits are designed to be an easy way to check the IAQ of any home, school or work environment.
It’s just this simple: Use an IAQ Screen Check kit to collect samples and send them back to the lab. Within a week a full lab report will be sent back via email or postal mail. The report is detailed, yet written in a way that’s easy to understand. Shown is how the particular residence compares with the outside air and what is considered to be normal in most cases. It even includes a glossary to clarify specific methods and terms.
About Building Health Check, LLC:
Building Health Check sets the industry standard for IAQ DIY test kits, thermography and IAQ testing equipment. The company’s expanding client roster includes: Hunter Fans, WW Grainger, Progressive Insurance, USACE, Southern California Schools JPA, VA Medical Center, Broward General Healthcare, General Services Administration (GSA); Allstate Insurance; Carrier Air Conditioning; and, CB Richard Ellis and many other Fortune 500 companies, school boards, and city, state, and county governments, making Building Health Check, LLC the reliable industry leader in DIY IAQ testing.
Building Health Check has affiliations through EDLab, Ad Chem, among others.
For more information on Building Health Check, LLC or EDLab please contact JoAnn Phifer at (800) 422-7873 ext. 404 or visit IndoorAirTest.com