JKP is proud to offer Indoor airPLUS to our builders!
Indoor airPLUS is a voluntary partnership and labeling program that helps new home builders improve the quality of indoor air by requiring construction practices and product specifications that minimize exposure to airborne pollutants and contaminants. Clean air is good for everyone’s health, but it can be especially important to those that have chronic respiratory conditions.
EPA created Indoor airPLUS to help builders meet the growing consumer preference for homes with improved indoor air quality. Indoor airPLUS builds on the foundation of EPA's ENERGY STAR requirements for new homes and provides additional construction specifications to provide comprehensive indoor air quality protections in new homes.
Construction specifications include the careful selection and installation of:
Ask about the Indoor airPLUS qualification for your next new home.
JKP Energy Inspections has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for our ongoing commitment to constructing homes with improved indoor air quality through participation in the Indoor airPLUS Program.
“Every year our program looks forward to learning more about the great work our Indoor airPLUS partners do on a daily basis. We are especially impressed by the work of the ten Leader Award Winners this past year,” said David Rowson, Director of EPA’s Indoor Environments Division. “The 2019 Leader Award Winners continue to deliver comprehensive indoor air quality protections with Indoor airPLUS-labeled homes around the country, while utilizing the Indoor airPLUS brand to educate the public. On behalf of the EPA, I extend our congratulations to these deserving organizations and thank them for their continued
effort in constructing a healthier America.”
This annual award recognizes market leading homebuilders and Raters who promote safer, healthier, and more comfortable indoor environments by participating in the Indoor airPLUS Program. To learn more about the 2019 Indoor airPLUS Awards or the Indoor airPLUS Program, visit www.epa.gov/indoorairplus.