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Indoor Air Quality

Introducing Chicago Inspection Agency

Indoor Air Quality Services

Whether buying, selling or staying in your home, indoor air quality is a source of concern. According to the EPA "Indoor air is found to be up to 70 times more polluted than outdoor air." It's no surprise then, that the rise of asthma, allergies, respiratory ailments, and even cancer are results of exposure to the air we breathe in our own homes (see chart).

Chicago Inspection Agency has designed a program to test for and then fix air quality problems. First, we test your home for VOC, Mold, and Radon (for details, see additional tests). After discussing the results with you, we will suggest options for permanent remediation. Then we design a program specifically for your home using filtering solutions with advanced furnace air filters from CorrectFilters.

The CorrectFilters system provides unsurpassed protection against bacteria, fungi, algae, mold, dust mites, radon, and helps eliminate odors.

  • Cleaner, Fresher, Contaminant-Free & Pollution-Free Air
  • Hospital Grade Filtering
  • 100% Filtered Air
  • Relief from Allergies
  • Dust Free Home
  • Longer Lasting A/C System (reduces dust buildup)
  • Lower Electric Bills
  • Healthier Lifestyle
  • Peace of Mind

Our free reminder system will call or send you an e-mail  when it is time to change your filter pad. No more guessing if your filter is really clean & healthy.

Chicago Inspection Agency is a CorrectFilters distributor. Call Brett at (847) 459-9387 to quote the CorrectFilters plan that is right for your home. 

Indoor Air Quality Hazards

Pollutant Source Health Effects
Asbestos Building materials, including insulation and acoustic ceilings Lung diseases, including lung cancer.
Formaldehyde Foam insulation inside walls, particle board, plywood. Respiratory tract irritation, cancer.
Radon Comes through cracks in foundation and from well water. Lung cancer
Carbon monoxide Gas appliances, fireplaces, wood stoves, tobacco smoke. Starves body from oxygen causes fatigue, headaches, confusion, nausea, dizziness and death
Nitrogen dioxide Gas appliances, fireplaces, wood stoves Eye and respiratory tract irritation and infection; long-term exposure causes bronchitis
Biological agents, such as mold, mildew and fungus Improperly maintained air ducts, air conditioners, humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air filters and carpets Diseases characterized by watery eyes, sneezing, lethargy, rashes coughing, and breathing and digestive problems
Organic compounds, such as ammonia benzene, chlorine and acetone Cleaners, waxes, paint, pesticides, adhesives, insulation, plywood, furniture, chlorine, mothballs, dry-cleaned items and automobiles. Respiratory tract and eye irritation. Many of the substances cause cancer.
Lead Paint and automobile exhaust Attacks the nervous system and the brain.
Aromatic hydrocarbons Adhesives, pesticides, paints, cleaners, waxes, heaters, tobacco, automobile exhaust Respiratory tract irritation and cancer