Air Quality Property Report

In-depth air quality information at your property’s address.

You've found your dream home, but could air pollution hurt its true value?

Each day, nine out of ten people inhale microscopic pollutants in the air they breathe. Emitted by motor vehicles, factories, wildfires, and more, air pollution can lead to a host of adverse health outcomes for children, pregnant women, athletes, and more. As a home buyer, equipping yourself with insight regarding this invisible threat can help you make an informed decision regarding the health of your loved ones and the property you choose to invest in.

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What’s Inside the Full Report?

We use the most advanced algorithms to analyze air pollution at a specific property. This comprehensive analysis will tell you everything you need to know about the air in a specific address.


How does air quality impact me?

Air pollution can be extremely dangerous to children, pregnant women and people who suffer from asthma and heart diseases.


How air quality affects COVID-19 symptoms?

  • In an analysis of 3,080 counties in the United States, researchers at the Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that higher levels of the tiny, dangerous particles in air known as PM 2.5 were associated with higher death rates from the disease."

    Wu et al, 2020, Exposure to air pollution and COVID-19 mortality in the United States: A nationwide cross-sectional study, Department of Biostatistics, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

  • In a study from Rome, Italy, authors observed that same-day levels of NO2 were significantly associated with total respiratory admissions , acute respiratory infections and asthma, suggesting that NO2 exposure increases the susceptibility to and/or severity of respiratory virus infections."

    Fusco et al., 2001. Air pollution and hospital admissions for respiratory conditions in Rome, Italy. Eur. Respir. J. 17:1143–1150

  • Authors of an epidemiological study from Hong Kong observed significant associations between the level of NO2 and hospital admissions for all respiratory and cardiovascular diseases included in the study."

    Wong et al., 1999. Air pollution and hospital admissions for respiratory and cardiovascular diseases in Hong Kong. Occup. Environ. Med. 56:679–683

  • The European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) has warned that dirty air in urban areas that causes hypertension, diabetes, and other respiratory illness could lead to a higher overall death toll from the virus currently sweeping the world."

    EPHA, 2020, Coronavirus threat greater for polluted cities, European Public Health Alliance

  • If you are one of the millions of Americans breathing polluted air, you may be at a greater risk of catching the coronavirus and of having a more severe infection."

    New York Times, 2020, Now Is the Time to Take Care of Your Lungs. Here’s How., Zoë Schlanger

  • By lowering air pollution levels we can help the most vulnerable in their fight against this and any possible future pandemics."

    The Gaurdian, 2020, Air pollution likely to increase coronavirus death rate, warn experts, Damian Carrington

Is it safe to breathe at your home?

Compare one month of air quality in your property with the World Health Organization (WHO) Standards

PM 2.5 Summary

- /30 Days

Exceeded the World Health Organization (WHO) recommendation for PM 2.5 over the past 30 days

PM 2.5

Levels at Your Property

- ug/m 3

Monthly Average


WHO Recommendation

10 ug/m 3

Annual Average
Exposure Guideline

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Air Quality Property Report

This data represents the level of one pollutant at your property for only the last month. A year of data, for all pollutants, will give you the full understanding of the air quality at your property.

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