Residential Air Quality Links
Membership in NADCA is restricted to companies that can meet rigorous pre-qualification criteria.
The Air Conditioning Contractors of America helps contractors acquire, serve and satisfy their customers.
This site contains many pages dealing with a variety of air quality issues.
Environmental Protection Agency’s Indoor Environment Division’s homepage containing many different topics including safety in different types of buildings.
Lists indoor air quality hotline numbers with a description for each of them.
California Dept. of Health Services homepage. Has a listing of their publications as well as a links page to other indoor air quality websites.
A quality site that contains, among other things, information about household items that cause air quality problems, health hazards, and homebuilding tips.
A major concern associated with exposure to biological pollutants is allergic reactions, which range from rhinitis to nasal congestion.
A website dedicated to the study and treatment of allergic diseases. Contains a physician referral directory, a larger resource center and more.
Mold is a common fungus that can be found almost anywhere. Children’s playhouses, sheds, bathtubs, sinks, basements and more; mold has the ability to grow in many different areas. Mold occurs where there are water leaks, and can also appear because of humidity or from flooding problems.
Home of several publications, as well as many other types of services.
The importance of air filtration, seminar presentations in PowerPoint format, information on becoming a NAFA certified air filter specialist and the NAFA Clean Air Award.
Ask the Allergist section, Kids and Teens information, information for health professionals, plus a resource catalog.