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DYK-Formaldehyde is part of Indoor Air Quality?

Purchasing a home can be exciting and stressful at the same time whether you decide to build or purchase an existing home. The same can be said when remodeling an existing property.

When it comes to a new home or a remodeling project, your homes’ health should always be a top priority. Glues typically used in building materials such as cabinets, flooring including plywood typically take time to begin a natural process known as gassing off. During this process, there becomes many different elevations of Formaldehyde.

The good news is there are steps that can be taken to reduce Formaldehyde levels in a property. According to the US Consumer Products Safety Commission, Formaldehyde is typically present in low levels. However, an elevation could pose a significant health & safety risk. For any questions on this topic, feel free to contact us directly.

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