Woodfin uses the AirAdvice Monitor system to assess a home's indoor air quality. We place the system in the home for a minimum of three days, where it measures levels of particulates including dust, smoke, fumes and vapors that occur naturally inside a home, volatile organic compounds from chemicals found in paints, aerosol sprays, pesticides and other household products and carbon monoxide, which is released from furnaces, boilers, water heaters and vehicles that often go undetected and can cause fatal conditions within a home.

The AirAdvice lab processes these results and provides a detailed report of your home's indoor air quality. This analysis often becomes the blueprint to improve your home, and Woodfin will work closely with you to determine the most efficient and cost effective way to improve your home’s air quality.