Indoor Air Quality Lab is proud to be in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Indoor airPLUS Program. Through this partnership, Indoor Air Quality Lab has committed to promoting Indoor airPLUS qualified homes that provide homeowners with improved indoor air quality.
To earn the Indoor airPLUS label, a home must meet strict guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for reducing poor indoor air quality. Indoor airPLUS qualified homes offer homebuyers all the features they want in a new home, moisture and mold control, radon resistant construction, pest barriers, effective heating, ventilating and air-conditioning systems, safe combustion and healthier building materials.
A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, and Your Home
This Guide provides information and guidance for homeowners and renters on how to clean up residential mold problems and how to prevent mold growth. EPA 402-K-02-003, Reprinted September 2010
Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings
EPA 402-K-01-001, Reprinted September 2008
Care for Your Air: A Guide to Indoor Air Quality
Understand indoor air in homes, schools, and offices
EPA 404/F-08/008, September 2008
Healthy Indoor Environment Protocols for Home Energy Upgrades
New guidance will help ensure that home energy upgrades protect the health of Americans while saving energy and money.
EPA Indoor airPLUS
Home builders and verifier partners in the field get easy access to the tools and resources of EPA’s Indoor airPLUS, a program designed to help builders meet the growing consumer preference for homes with improved indoor air quality and energy efficiency.
The AIRNow iPhone application will provide an increasingly mobile public with real-time air quality information that people can use to protect their health when planning their daily activities