The Environmental Protection Agency ranks poor indoor air quality among the top five environmental risks to public health. Levels of pollution inside can be 2 to 4 times higher (as much as 100 times higher) than outside air, and people can spend up to 90 percent of their time inside
Poor air quality can affect the health of your family. Many factors can affect air quality, and eliminating the source of pollution, increasing ventilation, and maintaining air conditioning systems regularly are the most effective methods of improving indoor air quality.
Radon testing kits can be acquired at: Home Depot, Lowes or other large hardware retailers.
Associated Radon Services www.radonserv.com
The American Lung Association does not recommend the use of devices that intentionally create ozone for the purpose of air cleaning or odor removal. Ozone is a powerful lung irritant. Ozone can reduce lung function. Low levels of ozone are not effective in removing most common household pollutants.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
American Lung Association
1-800-LUNG-USA or www.LUNGUSA.org