Indoor Air Quality Audit

The condensed living space of the RV is very vulnerable to high humidity levels, insufficient ventilation and build-up of gas emissions. An overlooked indoor environment can initiate mold and cause related health issues. 

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) studies indicate that indoor levels of pollutants may be two to five times - and occasionally more than 100 times - higher than outdoor levels.

About the Pollutants

Items are listed alphabetically, not in order of importance or potency.

About The Inspection


  • CO (carbon monoxide) PPM (parts per million) readings are taken and compared to reading inside the vehicle.
  • Furnace heat vents are checked for CO emissions. 
  • Interior engine cover checked for CO leakages around gasket. 
  • Readings obtained are then analyzed and reported. 

Did you know that a faulty furnace can be a source of elevated carbon monoxide levels?


  • RH values are recorded for out-of-range values.
  • Sources of moisture, namely condensation, lack of ventilation, apparent leaks are identified and reported.
  • Vulnerable areas are examined for presence of mould. 
  • Recommendations are made to rectify problems and appropriate solutions are offered.


  • Permanent propane storage (ASME) tank and/or removable (DOT) tanks and all related valves, controls and pigtails are checked for leaks.
  • Exterior hoses and connections, and interior, visible and accessible supply lines are also scanned for leaks.
  • All leaks are clearly tagged for further follow-up and repairs.