Indoor airPLUS ™

Make sure your homeowners breathe easy with Indoor airPLUS™!

Make sure your homeowners breathe easy with Indoor airPLUS™!


EPA Indoor airPLUS protects homeowners from mold, allergens, water intrusion, and other airborne pollutants.

Stand out with the EPA's label for unparalleled energy efficiency, comfort, durability, indoor air quality, and peace of mind!

Earning the Indoor airPLUS label helps protect your homeowners from:


Indoor airPLUS helps protect from mold

Molds & Allergens


Indoor airPLUS helps protect from radon gas

Radon Gas


Indoor airPLUS helps protect from water intrusion

Water Intrusion


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Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)


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Combustion Pollutants & Carbon Monoxide

Clean indoor air is not a given... EPA studies show that many air pollutants can be two to five times more concentrated indoors than outdoors! 1


Show your homeowners that you're committed to building healthy homes!


The Indoor airPLUS Verification Process

Carefully Crafted, from Design to Final Inspection


Indoor airPLUS homes are truly some of the best on the market.  For starters, an ENERGY STAR® certification is a pre-requisite.  So, Indoor airPLUS homes are inherently focused on improved indoor air quality and overall energy efficiency.

From design to final details, Indoor airPLUS homes are constructed with features that help protect homeowners from moisture and mold, pests, combustion gases, and other airborne pollutants.

EnergyLogic is committed to being your partner every step of the way.  Our team of energy professionals will inspect your homes to ensure compliance with EPA's guidelines and specifications.

So what are you waiting for? Set your homes apart with the EPA's Indoor airPLUS label.  It shows your homeowners that your homes are built with a focus on energy efficiency, comfort, durability,  and indoor air quality.

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Sources

  1. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1987. The total exposure assessment methodology (TEAM) study: Summary and analysis. EPA/600/6-87/002a. Washington, DC.