As the sun sets on COVID-19 and the working world stumbles out of the cave of despair and into the light of a new day, the question is what opportunities lie ahead instead of what was left behind. That is to say, the next phase of life can be new open doors that we had not considered before.
In 2020, the National Ozone Association offers a new, efficient course from non-professionals. With the availability of ozone generators everywhere online, we felt it necessary to step into a cloud of confusing claims and hype.
Ozone has been one of the most accepted treatments to remove stale or bad odors from vacant apartments or homes. In light of COVID-19, there is a heightened need to assure prospective renters or buyers that the property is not only odor-free but fully sanitized.
Is there a need to bring in an indoor air testing specialist? As an indoor air quality specialist, I have seen a rather consistent pattern when we go into so many homes. It is the unfortunate circumstance of years of ignoring the core issues that affect their lives.
The National Ozone Association has trained hundreds of professional services across the United State, Canada, and many other countries. We are proud to recommend these dedicated professionals that have been listed on our professional service directory.
There is a difference between medical ozone compared to the typical ozone used to treat environmental problems in homes and offices. Typical ozone used by service companies convert ozone from normal air using high-output systems.