• What’s The Air Like in My Home

  • Did you know your home's air quality affects your everyday health?

    If you are like most people, you don't spend a lot of time thinking about the air you breathe. You probably spend even less time thinking about the air inside your home. It's time to start.

    Beginning in the 1970's, construction practices changed because of the energy crisis. The goal became to "tighten up" homes through increased insulation and the reduction of air infiltration. The aim was to conserve energy; but the bad news is that it traps allergens, viruses, and chemicals in people's homes.

    Today, there are concerns about indoor air quality and its worsening effect on children and people who suffer from asthma. Crossfield understands these concerns and we can provide advice and solutions to help protect you and your loved ones.