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Indoor Air Quality

When your baby takes her first breath, you breathe a sign of relief. Thereafter, you want to make sure the very air she breathes at home is fresh and clean.

Most people never consider the indoor air quality at home. Yet, the air might be tainted by Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in the very chemicals we use to clean our homes, or everyday items, such as air fresheners and hair spray. Paints, solvents, cleansers, disinfectants, nicotine, glue, pesticides, radon, and building materials can be added to the list. Even low concentrations of these chemicals can irritate your eyes, nose and throat; cause headaches, loss of coordination and nausea; and can damage the liver, kidneys and the central nervous system – especially in children.

Radon, an invisible and odorless radioactive gas produced when uranium naturally decays in soil and water, is now the leading cause of lung cancer deaths among non-smokers in the United States. The EPA estimates that more than eight million homes in the United States have a radon problem, with a high concentration of these homes in the northeast.

RTK Environmental Group's Indoor Air Quality testing services check for radon, mold, carbon monoxide, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), particles from furnaces and wood-burning fireplaces and stoves, and common allergens. We determine the root causes of your air quality problems, and provide a detailed report with recommendations on how to resolve any issues.