Improving your home's energy efficiency can have an added benefit that's equally compelling: improving your home's indoor air quality as well.
A comprehensive home energy audit with a qualified home energy auditor will include an analysis of your home's indoor air quality and ventilation rates, including specific tests to ensure that toxins such as radon and carbon monoxide are not presenting a health hazard to you and your family.
During a home performance upgrade following an energy audit, a home performance contractor will work to ensure that indoor air quality issues stemming from such issues as mold and moisture are minimized, and that ventilation rates are adequate for the home.
The end result is a home that is more comfortable, more affordable to operate, and healthier and safer. A good investment? You bet.