Do you feel like you have indoor air problems – or would like to find out? Is your indoor air quality not at the level you desire? If so, it’s probably time for you to conduct an indoor air analysis for your home as soon as possible.
A lot of us take our air for granted and don’t really think much about how pure or clean it is. But, according to the EPA, indoor air is one of the top environmental risks to our health. The American College of Allergists & Asthma also states that as many as 40-50% of illnesses are caused by poor indoor air quality.
What is even more disturbing is that many of us aren’t aware of the quality of our air, and whether or not it’s suitable for our homes. Fortunately, you can let us conduct an indoor air analysis for you and get you started on the path towards cleaner, healthier air.
When we conduct an indoor air analysis, we are primarily looking for evidence of three types of pollutants in the air:
1. Allergenic particles, such as dust, pollen, mold, mildew, and fungi
2. Infectious agents, such as bacteria, viruses, molds, tuberculosis
3. Toxic compounds, such as formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, pesticides, methylene chloride
All of these categories could pose risks to your health and that of your family, ranging from runny noses, coughing, and irritated respiratory systems to headaches, lethargy, respiratory infections, and other nasty conditions.
Fortunately, an indoor air analysis can help you determine if these are problems you need to worry about – and will help us create an effective plan of action to purify your home’s air and rid it of harmful pollutants.
To get started, contact us today with your name, address, telephone number, and times of availability. We will then contact you and start the process of setting up your indoor air quality analysis.
Remember: Air quality is important. Get started on making your home a healthier environment with your own professional analysis, today.
Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about the benefits of an indoor air analysis and other HVAC topics, click here to download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.