Want to understand the importance of air quality in your home? Take the interactive tour to learn more about key pollutants in your home, and how Sutter Homes, as an EPA Indoor airPLUS partner, addresses and solves them.
Mold, radon, carbon monoxide, toxic chemicals, and more pollutants that lead to poor indoor air quality, can all reside in your home. By using modern construction practices and technologies like HVAC systems, combustion-venting systems, and moisture control techniques among many others, Sutter Homes builds to the Indoor airPLUS Home standard.
While Energy Star certified homes have upheld certain requirements, Indoor airPLUS homes “add enhanced filtration; additional dehumidification capacity in warm, moist climates; and inspection of air handling systems and duct work to ensure they are clean, free of debris, and provide adequate airflow.
Mold is a common trigger for allergy and asthma symptoms nationwide. Indoor airPLUS homes have additional construction features to make sure that water and moisture stay where they belong – outside of your home.