PENNSPECT Testing & Inspection Services
PENNSPECT Testing & Inspection Services
142 Big Springs Blvd
Kunkletown, PA 18058
Phone: 570-534-5523
484-893-0711
dewey10859@gmail.com

Appointments available 7 days a week
 
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Pennspect, LLC is a HomeAdvisor Screened & Approved Pro

PENNSPECT Testing & Inspections
Certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors
Certification 13112909

Pa Department of Environmental Protection
Pa EPA Certification 3005

About Air Quality

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Air quality is defined as a measure of the condition of air relative to the requirements of one or more biotic species and or to any human need or purpose. Wikipedia Article

Every minute you take in twelve to twenty-four gallons of air into your lungs. In addition to the life-sustaining oxygen-nitrogen mix, there are an increasing number of chemicals and pollutants.

According to the EPA, indoor air and its pollution is one of the top five urgent environmental risks to public health. In fact, the quality of the air inside most homes could be up to five times more polluted than the air outdoors.

Many studies have consistently shown that heating and cooling systems do play a significant role in causing or aggravating allergies and other problems by harboring and re-distributing contaminants such as:

Bacteria
Pet Dander
Construction Dust
Household Chemicals
Radon
Mold
Mildew
Viruses
Pollen
Mites
Humidity
Biological Pollutants


A Better Environmental Choice

Most people do not realize the air they breathe in their home can be a worse source of pollution than their car. The ENERGY STAR Program has helped to save millions of pounds of carbon dioxide from our atmosphere. The less energy wasted in our homes, the less pollution we generate.

Home Energy Assessment (Audit)

A Home Energy Assessment has two specific phases. The first phase consists of an inspection and testing, taking inventory, and report the current conditions in your home including the following:

  • Health and safety
  • Carbon Monoxide levels
  • Moisture problems
  • Air infiltration rates
  • Insulation levels
  • Domestic hot water system
  • Heating system efficiency
  • Central air conditioning efficiency - if applicable
  • Lighting
  • Major appliances

The second phase consists of developing a plan for proposed improvements, including a cost and energy savings estimate.

We uses a number of diagnostic tools during the first phase of your Home Assessment. Some of the tools used are:

  • Carbon Monoxide (CO) Analyzer
  • Blower Door – Measures the air tightness and integrity of a home, identifying areas where air leakage occurs.

Your Home Energy Assessment is customized to identify the particular needs of your home, based on our professional testing and analysis. The information that we gather from our testing and inspection gets entered into a program that helps us determine the most cost-effective measures that you can undertake to make your home more efficient, healthy and comfortable.

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