Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Materials used in building construction and conditions resulting from property damage, or even poor maintenance and upkeep, can result in indoor air pollution that could jeopardize a person’s health. Many of the sources of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) problems (i.e. formaldehyde, mold, radon, etc.) can be easily prevented and corrected by simple measures. Therefore, to help homeowners and business owners recognize and correct problems they may be experiencing, the following sources have been pulled together for easy access to useful information and answers to solve indoor air pollution. The information consists of guidance on most IAQ issues and associations of professional consultants should these services be desired or needed. Authorization and resources do not allow the MDEQ to visit homes and businesses to test for indoor pollution, but the agency is striving to be of assistance through the information it is making available here.

Mold and Other Common Indoor Pollutants

Information on Air Ducts, Air Cleaners, Asbestos, Asthma and Allergies, Biological Contaminants, Carbon Monoxide, Fireplaces, Formaldehyde, Household Cleaning Chemicals and Sprays, Insulation, Lead, Mold, Pesticides, Radon, Smoke (Tobacco Smoke and Second Hand Smoke), and Vapor Intrusion can be found here.

Resources for Research

References to Publications, online help, and phone numbers of professional organizations such as EPA, CDC, and the National Center for Healthy Homes can be found here.

Consultants and Laboratories

To find a professional inspector or laboratory in your area to help analyze your situation, click here.

Related Topics

For Information on the following topics click here.

  • Office Building Environments
  • Building and Remodeling
  • Flood Cleanup
  • Legal Matters
  • Training

For more information on Indoor Air Quality contact:

Bryan Williams
Buddy Gordy
Elizabeth Mitchell