"Our bodies are not meant to breathe

the pollutants found indoors"

Stop mold and odors in your home and workplace:

• Breathing problems

• Burning or itchy eyes

• Coughing

• Skin Rash

• Fatigue

• Dizziness

• Frequent Headaches

All of the above can be symptoms of mold, allergens or

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Indoor Air Quality - Or IAQ, refers to the air quality within (and sometimes around) a

building or enclosed structure, as it relates to the health, safety and comfort to the

building's occupants.


Having poor indoor air quality is also referred to having indoor

air pollution. Air that is unclean or contains contaminants that are allergenic,

pathogenic, carcinogenic or toxigenic are known to reduce the quality of air when they

become airborne. The most common of these contaminants include mold, dust and dust mites,

pollens and other plant matter, asbestos fibers, lead particles, radon gas, carbon

monoxide gas and volatile organic compounds.


There are a variety of causes for poor

indoor air quality, some being building materials used for a property, building design

and age, environmental factors such as temperature and humidity that can breed mold or

other biological contaminants, geographic location, outside pollution, poor ventilation

and lack of building cleanliness.