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Professionally Removing Pollutants and Toxins from Your Home

Before you invest in a fancy air cleaner or upgrade your furnace filter the US Environmental Protection Agency recommends that you first evaluate and eliminate the sources of contaminants from your home. Ecotelligent Homes offers the following advanced services to eliminate the source of air pollutants in your home and improve your indoor air quality (IAQ).

Safeguard Your Home’s Air

Ecotelligent Homes knows how important it is to keep your family safe and healthy. We provide our healthy home services to ensure your home’s air is clean and not riddled with hazards that can be detrimental to your health. Not only do we provide indoor air quality testing, asbestos abatement, and mold removal, we can also test your home for lead often found in paint and provide duct cleaning.

Lead Safe Practices

Ecotelligent Homes is a Lead Safe Certified contractor. We follow EPA Lead Safe procedures including minimizing the dust and controlling the waste from a job site.

Duct Cleaning

We work with technicians certified by the National Air Duct Cleaners Association to clean your ducts for a healthy home. In addition to cleaning your ductwork, we can also measure the airflow and seal duct leaks to further improve the performance of your duct system.

Contact the experts at Ecotelligent Homes at 248-291-7815">248-291-7815 to keep your family healthy.

Blog Posts

Common Areas You May Find Asbestos in Your Home

If you look around your home, you may not be able to tell if there is asbestos lurking around. If your home was built before 1980, there are a few areas of your home that are more likely to contain asbestos than others though. If these areas are in good condition, the use of asbestos […]

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Vermiculite Insulation: What You Need to Know for Safety

Vermiculite Insulation: What You Need to Know for Safety Air Quality, Asbestos Estimated reading time: 6 minutes Vermiculate insulation started to be used for homes in the early 1920s and later gained popularity during the baby boom when many homes were being built. Over time, it was phased out of use due to asbestos contamination, […]

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The Importance of Comfort for those Aging in Place

Aging in place has become more talked about in recent years. News segments focus on how to keep a home safe while aging in place such as a walk-in shower, grab bars at the entrance and exits of the home, and many more. What those news segments don’t focus on is the importance of comforts […]

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Case Studies

Jenny & Matt

Overview Jenny and Matt are concerned with their environmental impact and knew their home could be more energy efficient. Problem During a comprehensive energy audit, the Ecotelligent staff identified several energy efficiency opportunities through improved insulation and heating and cooling equipment. We also found a few indoor air quality concerns including mold in the attic, […]

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The Miller Family

Overview The Miller family was experiencing drastically different temperatures throughout their 1900s farmhouse home causing them to be uncomfortable and concerned with their carbon footprint. Problem The Ecotelligent Homes team started with an energy audit. During the audit, we found a lack of proper insulation in the attic, basement and walls. They also determined that […]

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Historic Home Wyandotte

Overview Homeowners of a historic home in Wyandotte were suffering from a cold 2nd floor in the winter and a hot 2nd floor in the summer. Problem The homeowners knew they needed insulation but weren’t sure how to insulate the attic because of the furnace and duct work on the attic floor. Approach Ecotelligent Homes […]

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Ecotelligent Homes is a home performance contractor, which means we are a one-stop-shop and we manage the project from start to finish. We follow a three-step process when assessing and improving the comfort and energy efficiency of your home.

We can identify the source of your comfort, health and efficiency issues and present you with a solution to resolve the problem at its root.

Our licensed and insured team will install your improvements to industry-leading standards.

Our quality assurance check confirms the quality of our work and its impact on your home’s energy efficiency, comfort and health.