While it may be easy to dismiss poor basement air quality as being just a normal problem not worth worrying about, the fact remains that at least 50 percent of the home’s air originally circulates from below-grade. Such negative ramifications that come with poor air quality can easily be triggered from anywhere within the home. Indoor air quality issues stemming from the basement should not be a low priority concern.
The basement is a natural habitat for excess moisture and high humidity, which leads to the growth of mold and musty smells. Soil gas infiltration, which may also include radon, can be responsible for additional adverse health ramifications. Such seemingly lingering moisture and soil gas problems can be easily addressed via the proper measures.
Our extensive selection of products and systems below provide crucial measures to permanently solve such lingering moisture, mold and soil gas issues that can have such adverse effects on our homes. Addressing the problems responsible for poor basement air quality is crucial measure towards creating a healthy home environment.