Publications and Resources About Indoor airPLUS
EPA created the Indoor airPLUS new home label to help builders meet the growing consumer preference for homes with improved indoor air quality. The following are useful materials to help you build homes that meet Indoor airPLUS specifications and to promote Indoor airPLUS labeled homes. For more Indoor airPLUS resources, please visit our Sales and Marketing Resources page.
To find additional programmatic documents visit the Program Documents page. You will find the Indoor airPLUS Construction Specifications, a fillable Verification Checklist, the Indoor airPLUS Policy Record, and the How to Find Indoor airPLUS Compliant Low-Emission Products document.
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Indoor airPLUS Publications
Step up to Indoor airPLUS
An opportunity for leading builders to create better environments inside and out.
This brochure, developed for home builders, summarizes the value and opportunity Indoor airPLUS brings to the market. It includes information on why and how builders design homes with Indoor airPLUS, what distinguishes new homes with the Indoor airPLUS label, and how to get started -- a must for new Indoor airPLUS partners.
Intended for Indoor airPLUS Partners only, these guidelines include details on how to use the promotional and certification marks for Indoor airPLUS.
This consumer pamphlet summarizes Indoor airPLUS for potential new home buyers. It explains the advantages of building a new home with Indoor airPLUS as well as the features of an Indoor airPLUS labeled home. This is a great resource for builders to promote their Indoor airPLUS labeled homes.
Other Related Resources
Indoor Air Quality Resources and Publications
Included are resources related to air-cleaning devices, guides for office building occupants, duct cleaning and the EPA’s Care for Your Air Guide.
A variety of general radon information is available here. There is no safe level of exposure to radon. EPA strongly recommends that you fix your home if your test shows 4 picocuries (pCi/L) or more. If your test shows between 2 and 4 pCi/L, consider fixing.
Learn how to prevent asthma and make your home asthma-friendly. Additional resources include an interactive funbook for children.
Resources include a guide to mold and moisture in residential homes.