An Indoor Air Quality Test You Can Trust

The better the air quality you breathe, the healthier your surrounding environment. When it comes to identifying and offering solutions for pollutants, allergens, and bacteria, AirGenie is the undisputed leader in providing customized solutions and indoor air quality testing services in King County, Washington, and surrounding areas.

We Strive to Bring Quality Home Air Quality Tests to Our Community!

At AirGenie, we care about the health and comfort of our customers. We’ve partnered with AirAdvice Air Quality Monitoring to carefully assess and provide solutions to six common indoor air quality and comfort concerns.
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What Our Home Air Quality Test Identifies

With our state-of-the-art testing equipment and experience in the industry, we can help you identify any issues with your indoor air quality and provide you with the solutions you need to breathe easily. Some areas of your home (like basements and garages) tend to accumulate harmful pollutants. 



Particles are generally a cause for concern. When daily average levels are above 10 μg/m3, they can trigger asthma and allergy symptoms. At levels above 35 μg/m3, they can harm healthy adults by causing emphysema and diminished lung capacity. Children, the elderly, pregnant women, and individuals with preexisting lung conditions are more susceptible to health issues due to harmful air particles.

  • PM10 particles are small enough to pass through the throat and nose and enter the lungs. Their diameters are usually 10 µm and smaller.
  • PM2.5 particles reduce visibility and cause the air to appear foggy with elevated levels. Usually referred to as “haze.” Their diameter is 2.5 µm and smaller.
  • PM1 particles: slip directly through the lungs into the bloodstream and are thus spread to the organs because of their ultra-fine size. (1µm or smaller)


When average levels of chemicals are above 500 μg/m3, they are known to trigger asthma and allergy symptoms. These chemicals’ stressful but otherwise manageable side effects are eye and nose irritations. Some people can even experience nausea and headaches. However, they usually affect healthy adults at very high levels by overworking the liver and kidneys. Our state-of-the-art air quality test will help identify substances like carbon monoxide and formaldehyde, but also identify excess volatile organic compounds (VCOs) such as: 

  • Gasoline and fuels
  • Paints, stains, strippers, and finishes.
  • Pesticides
  • Aerosol sprays
  • Cleaners and room deodorizers

Carbon dioxide

Levels above 750 ppm (parts per million) are a cause for concern. At higher levels, carbon dioxide inside your home can contribute to what the Environmental Protection Agency describes as “sick building syndrome.” This syndrome leads to fatigue, headache, breathing difficulties, nausea, strained eyes, and itchy skin. CO2 is rare, but the EPA recommends a maximum concentration of CO2 of 1000 ppm (0.1%) for continuous exposure.



Comfortable temperatures fall within the range of 68°F and 75°F. Temperatures are the most comfortable when steady, with fluctuations of less than 1.5°. Ideally, your home temperature should be constant between all areas. However, identifying uncomfortably fluctuating temperatures is essential to your home’s comfort. When uneven temperatures fluctuate around your house, you may experience a chilling sensation or goosebumps. At AirGenie, we work hard to maintain your home temperatures steady and guarantee comfort.


Relative humidity

According to the American Lung Association, your home’s relative humidity should be near 50%. When the air is too dry, people typically feel colder. Your nose, throat, and lungs can become irritated and prone to infection—conversely, air that is too moist defeats perspiration, the body’s natural cooling mechanism. High moisture also can lead to condensation within walls and on windows, which can cause mold. Our indoor air quality test for mold and humidity can help identify the cause of respiratory problems in your home.


Carbon monoxide

When average levels are 6 ppm or higher, carbon monoxide is a cause for concern. When levels are above 25 ppm, immediate action should be taken. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas produced by combustion and, therefore, hard to identify. Because Carbon Monoxide replaces the oxygen in your bloodstream, exposure to relatively low levels can cause headaches and nausea. At relatively high levels, it can cause memory problems and, ultimately, death.


Our Indoor Air Quality Tests are free for a limited time!

Areas We Serve

  • Burien, WA
  • Sammamish, WA
  • Covington, WA
  • North Bend, WA
  • Bellevue, WA
  • Bothell, WA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Renton, WA
  • Auburn, WA
  • Lynwood, WA
  • Redmond, WA
  • Des Moines, WA
  • Edmonds, WA
  • Issaquah, WA
  • Kirkland, WA
  • Shoreline, WA
  • Federal Way, WA
  • Woodinville, WA
  • Mercer Island, WA
  • Maple Valley, WA

IAQ Tests Are Free For A Limited Time!


Why Choose Us?

Indoor Air Testing You Can Trust!

Poor air quality can lead to various health problems, from allergies and asthma to more serious respiratory issues. That is why AirGenie offers comprehensive indoor air quality testing services to ensure your air is clean and safe for you and your family. So, what sets us apart from our competitors?

  • Expertise: We have the experience to run proper indoor air quality tests and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and technologies.
  • Cutting-Edge Equipment: We use the most advanced testing equipment available to identify any potential issues with your indoor air quality.
  • Customized Solutions: We tailor our services to meet your needs, so you get the best solutions for your home (like personalized air duct cleaning services.)
  • Competitive Pricing: We offer affordable pricing for all our services, so you don’t have to break the bank to ensure your indoor air quality is top-notch.

Are you looking for an indoor air quality inspection?

Contact AirGenie today to book an IAQ test. Our cutting-edge technology and products will help improve the quality of the air you breathe, creating comfortable spaces for you and your family to enjoy. Call (206) 741-6868 today or request a quote through our website.

We look forward to bringing you reliable indoor air quality solutions for your home! 

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