Your indoor air quality in Nampa, ID, is as important as the air you breathe outdoors. Studies have shown that the average American spends around 90% of their time indoors, which exposes individuals to a wide range of contaminants. Inadequate ventilation, cooking odors, fireplaces, cleaning supplies and fumes contribute to poor indoor air quality. If you have pets, this can also add pollution in your air due to dander and litter box odors. When you schedule an appointment for air quality testing, you can identify problem areas and work to improve your overall health.