EPA Indoor airPLUS

EPA Indoor airPLUS is a federal program that focuses on improving indoor air quality.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “studies show that levels of air pollution inside the home are often two to five times higher than outdoor levels. Poor indoor air quality is associated with a host of health problems, including eye irritation, allergies, headaches, and respiratory problems such as asthma.”

EPA Indoor airPLUS require that homes earn the ENERGY STAR and meet standards for the following components: Moisture Control, Radon Control, Pest Management, Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning, Combustion Venting, Building Materials, Quality Assurance and Homeowner Education.

Learn more about EPA Indoor airPLUS certification.