Indoor air pollution at home could be harming your health

Start a conversation with one of TZOA’s air quality experts to learn how to detect pollutants and improve your indoor air quality at home.

Your air quality consultation is 100% free.

You’ll learn:

What common pollutants to look for

Easy ways to improve your air quality

How to upgrade your central air system to turn it into a whole-home air purifier

We can help you find out what is contributing to your air quality in your house.

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It can be anything from your pets and furniture, to your cleaning supplies and everyday activities.

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Opening the windows may help,
except when there are more pollutants outside.

Almost 45% of urban North Americans live within 200 meters of a major roadway. Not to mention industrial areas, or seasonal pollution like forest fire smoke.

Because of this, indoor air quality is often 5–10 times worse than outdoor air quality. We spend 90% of our time indoors, so it’s important to invest in your health.

Complete this form to book your air quality consultation.

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