Air Quality Audit


It’s common knowledge that a well-sealed and insulated home can be great for your wallet with lower utility bills. However, the downside is that it could lead to less than comfortable living conditions when the same air circulates constantly through your home. It can also result in humidity imbalances and put your home at risk for damage from mold.

To make your home as comfortable as possible and to curtail health-threatening pollutants, your home needs a uninterrupted flow of fresh air. Opening a window IS THE BEST OPTION however it can bring dust, pollen and other allergens into your home.

For improved comfort and health, we advise keeping your home’s relative humidity levels between 30% and 60%.

  • Consistently damp areas leads to ….

  • Musty Odors

  • Condensation stains on the ceiling

  • Condensation or frost on windows

  • Sticky or clammy feeling in the air

  • Peeling wallpaper

    You have to operate your air conditioner more often to get comfortable

    If the air in your home is excessively dry, you can also have problems. In the winter months, indoor relative humidity can plummet into single digits—similar to that of the world’s most parched deserts.

    These symptoms could mean that the humidity in your home is too low and leads to….

    • Recurrent allergies or respiratory illnesses

    • Scratchy, sore throat or excessive cough

    • Dry, irritated nasal passages

    • Dry, itchy skin

    • Chapped lips

    • Static shocks

    • Cracked, peeling wallpaper

    • Warped or cracked wood

    • Damage to household furnishings

    When you’re in your home, you want to be comfortable. You also want to stay healthy and breathe clean air. However, that’s not always a possibility when your indoor air quality issues are not kept in check. Indoor air quality involves everything from allergens and mold to excessive humidity and stale air, and it’s key to keeping your home healthy. But how do you measure the quality of your home’s air? It’s simple – just invite OrientalPure Air team to perform an indoor air quality audit.

    Even if you are diligent about keeping your home or business clean, the air quality within your property can still be compromised. Did you know that your indoor air can contain more pollutants than outdoor air? Without preventative measures, poor air quality can contribute to a host of health issues, including skin problems, headaches, sinus irritation, allergies, and many others.

    Since 2017, our team has been auditing indoor air quality for homes and businesses offering accurate results on the spot. In 30 minutes, the collected data is converted into a detailed air quality report. If issues are discovered, we will recommend a course of action that will help improve your air quality and remove potentially harmful airborne particles.

    We provide many benefits to our customers including:

    • Our certified techs are highly trained and RESET AP

    • We offer cost-effective prices without sacrificing quality.

    • We provide easy-to-understand air quality reports, so you can see the results of your audit immediately.

    • We offer quality solutions and suggestions and other air purification options for your home or business.

    • We guarantee 100% customer satisfaction.

    If you suspect the air quality in your home is compromised, call our experts at OrientalPureAir to learn more about our services or to schedule your audit.