Homeowners should use the indoor air quality test to check the quality of air in their homes. It is essential to have it checked if you’re having health issues such as:

  • Itchy eyes and a running nose
  • Sneezing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizziness

It is possible to identify the issue with an air quality test, but the question is, how much does it cost to have your home’s indoor air quality tested?

What Would A DIY Home Air Quality Test Cost You?

A DIY kit will let your asses air quality on your own. This solution is less expensive compared to hiring professionals. A deep testing kit can cost you around $150 – $500, but if you are looking to test for specific pollutants, the prices could be as follows:

  • Allergens: $75-$100
  • Asbestos: $100-$125
  • Carbon Monoxide: $40-$50
  • Mold: $30-50
  • Radon: $15-$30
  • VOCs: $100-$150

The kit will tell you the instructions on how to perform the test. Once you have gathered samples, you will most probably need to send your DIY air testing kit off for testing. Once analyzed, you will receive a report based on which you can plan to address the air pollution issues.

How Much Would Professional Home Indoor Air Quality Testing Cost?

Professional service will be costlier than the DIY option, but it will provide you with immediate answers, and you can rest assured that the test is done correctly.

A basic test will cost you around $440, and a more thorough test will cost you approximately $1,000. In some cases, costs are bases on the square footage of your property, and you can expect prices around:

  • $200-$300 for homes under 1,000 Square Feet
  • $300-$500 for homes under 1,000-2,500 Square Feet
  • $500-$1,000 for homes under 2,5000 Square Feet

And if you’re an expert in the field and would like to have your home tested for specific air pollutants, you can have those done too. Those will cost you around:

  • Allergens: $100-$200
  • Asbestos: $200-$800
  • Carbon Monoxide: $100-$200
  • Mold: $300-$1,000
  • Radon: $150-$800
  • VOCs: $200-$300

Remember that these are only testing costs and do not cover the removal of air pollutants from your home.

Crump A/C And Heating if ready at your service. If you want to know how much it costs to have your home’s indoor air quality tested, call us today at 281-533-9200.

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