The air inside your home could be more polluted than the air outside! People spend a majority of their time inside their home and may become unaware of the air quality inside their home. It is important for your health that the air conditions in your home have the right levels of humidity and minimal levels of dust and allergens.
To find out about the current state of your indoor air, contact us today to schedule an appointment to test the quality of the air in your home.
Indoor Air Environments And How They Affect You
Common Air Quality Issues
Dust, pet dander, and mold are but a few air contaminants that plague most homes. These air contaminants can lead to sneezing, sniffling, and overall poor air quality that affect your and your family’s health.
Signs of Indoor Air Problems
Bad Odors and Damaged Surfaces
You may not be able to see the air in your home, but there are some signs you can look for to see the condition of your air. Some things you can look for are musty odors, discoloration of walls or ceilings, wood warping, and peeling or chipping of paint.
Moreover, if you experience headaches or feel that you can breathe easier outside of your home, then it may be time to check your indoor air quality. These are some signs of a serious air pollution problem in your home. Contact us today to schedule an appointment to test your air quality.
Indoor Air Quality Solutions
We can help you with your indoor air quality by testing your air or repairing your current system. Additionally, we can replace your current system with a brand new heating and air conditioning system that can:
- Improve the air throughout your home
- Filter air without producing ozone
- And requires little maintenance