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Indoor Air Testing for Your Home

Very few people realise that indoor air is more polluted than outdoor air.  This is because unlike outdoor air indoor air is recycled again and again so pollutants have nowhere to go.

People with allergy, asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, children and the elderly are particularly susceptible to indoor air pollution.

There are many sources of indoor air pollutants in the home - house dust mite, pets, moulds, wood, soot, coal, wall paints, carpets, flooring, plastics, household cleaning products, disinfectants, adhesives, cleaning products, air fresheners, varnishes, insulations, tobacco smoke, personal care products, carpet glues and outdoor sources such as radon.

Click this link to find out more about your indoor air at home.

How can we help?

  • If you suspect indoor air quality problems, our specialists can visit your home and carry out detailed testing to identify contaminants, determine their levels and provide advice on how to erase or minimise these pollutants.
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  • Alternatively if you or one of your family are allergic to the house dust mite and you want to know your exposure in a particular part of your home (such as the bedroom), our home kit will tell you what the exposure is and whether it is at a safe level.
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To view how the kits works click on the image below.


HFA on About The House

video_icon Watch the HFA team carry out an indoor air survey on RTE’s About The House

HFA on RTE Drivetime

audio_iconListen to health friendly air programme founder, Dr Bruce Mitchell, being interviewed on RTÉ about indoor air issues in offices.