Recommendations from the Indoor Air Quality Association
The indoor air quality at your home or workplace can have a tremendous impact on your ongoing health and comfort. When issues arise with the quality of air in your home, professionals may be called in to provide recommendations. At David Leroy Plumbing, we’d like to see our customers breathing clean air. Use these tips from the Indoor Air Quality Association to hire those professionals who can help you best:
1. Only Work with Qualified Professionals
Those individuals who come in will investigate the source of air quality problems, provide solution suggestions, and return to verify that the problem has been solved. You’ll want to be sure that you have the most qualified individuals to provide these services. You need professionals who can supply the right credentials, accurate start and completion dates for your project, proof of insurance and licensing, and pertinent references.
2. Hire a Company with Certified Staff Members
A company with certified staff members can offer you services backed up by the knowledge and practiced skills gained in training courses. Those courses are carefully developed by the Indoor Air Quality Association to cover specific subjects such as microbial and mold inspection. These issues may be related to health concerns, liability and lost productivity, and even decreased property values. To effectively resolve these serious problems, you need to work with those professionals that are uniquely qualified through education and certification.
3. Find Professionals with the American Council for Accredited Certification
The Association recommends and endorses the programs for certification offered through the ACAC because of their rigorous examination expectations and eligibility requirements. Those individuals who have accomplished this certification have a top quality educational background, rich experience, and extensive knowledge.
When you work with David Leroy Plumbing, you can be confident that our technicians are qualified and trained according to recommendations from the Indoor Air Quality Association. Give us a call at 717-963-2034 and let us get to work improving the quality of your indoor air.