Category Archives: Indoor Air Quality & Radon

Homeowners Guide to Environmental Hazards

We go to the gym, eat healthy and organic foods, and do everything we can to lead a healthy lifestyle. Or do we? Are we paying attention to possible environmental hazards in our homes? If more than 80% of all homes contain at least one environmental hazard, the chances are great that we will be exposed to several toxins such as lead, mold, radon, asbestos, and volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, which are toxic fumes off-gassed from manmade materials. (more…).

Parents: Is There Mold In Your Child’s School?

The oppressive humidity and heat this summer have wreaked havoc with indoor air quality, let along some torrential downpours. And worse, mold has proliferated in dozens of schools in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. There are reports that schools in the tri-state area have delayed openings and closed buildings until the mold can be removed. (more…).


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