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Healthy Home Program

With 2020 behind us, we can all agree that we’re hoping for a happier and healthier 2021. And there’s no better place to start on that journey than with Healthy …

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What do we do?

Indoor Air Quality Associates offers vetted solutions, expert knowledge, industry leading products. Everything required to provide a safe ,fresh air and solutions to allow you to know you made the …

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Schools and IAQ

Indoor air quality has become a household term during COVID-19 and for good reason. Poorly ventilated spaces are at the highest risk for a COVID-19 outbreak – making clean, safe air more important …

Radon Awareness

What is radon? It’s a naturally occurring, odorless, colorless gas that is known to impact the health of you and your family if it enters into your home. Radon gas …

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COVID-19, Some Useful Recommendations

Ventilation. A term that most people outside of the HVAC world rarely heard until a few months ago. As the COVID-19 pandemic escalated, and the CDC and WHO finally started to recognize airborne transmission, …

Quality air? What should I do?

Ventilation. A term that most people outside of the HVAC world rarely heard until a few months ago. As the COVID-19 pandemic escalated, and the CDC and WHO finally started to recognize airborne transmission, …

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Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)

Below 53ppb High levels of Nitrogen Dioxide indoors is the  result of outdoor NO2 entering your indoor  environment as well as combustion sources inside  the home / workplace. According to …

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Carbon Dioxide

Below 800ppm Carbon Dioxide has long been used as an indicator  of good indoor air quality primarily because of its  association with ventilation. When carbon dioxide  levels are high, it …

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PM 2.5

Below 15µg/m3 Particulate Matter also known as “Particle  Pollution” is a complex mixture of extremely small  particles and liquid droplets. Particulate Matter at  2.5 microns in size or smaller can …

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Relative Humidity 40% – 60%

In environments with lower than 40% Relative  Humidity (RH), droplets from a cough or a sneeze  lose their moisture quickly. This results in droplets  becoming ‘dry aerosols’ and capable of …