EPA Rolls out Indoor airPLUS to Meet Demand for Homes with Improved Indoor Air Quality


This summer, EPA is rolling out a program for new home construction titled Indoor airPLUS. EPA created Indoor airPLUS to help builders meet the growing consumer preference for homes with improved indoor air quality. EPA developed additional construction specifications to help improve indoor air quality in new homes.

Construction specifications include the careful selection of and installation of moisture control systems; heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems; combustion-venting systems; radon resistant construction; and low-emitting building materials. Ask about the Indoor airPLUS qualification for your next new home. Read EPA's Indoor airPLUS Better Environments Inside and Out.

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