Indoor Air Quality Solutions
These days, more and more people spend the majority of their lives indoors. This puts considerable emphasis on the importance of air quality in indoor spaces. It is quite remarkable how numerous studies have repeatedly established that an average home can be far more polluted compared to the outside setting. To improve your indoor air quality, as well as improve your well-being and that of your loved ones, our indoor air quality specialists are always ready to offer a variety of services and solutions. Our goal is to work with you so we can come up with solutions that are ideal for your needs.
Among the different systems we install and service are:
- Whole-home air filtration systems
- Air scrubbers
Common pollutants in indoor air
The fact that homes and other properties are closed environments means that the moment pollutants are introduced into these spaces, they can’t just be expected to disappear on their own. This is one of the reasons that the air quality indoors tends to be significantly poorer compared to outdoor, open spaces.
There are a number of ways that pollution is introduced indoors such as:
- Cleaning solutions- While current products have been significantly improved, it is common for cleaning solutions to contain chemicals that are toxic and damaging to the people that inhale them, over time. Unfortunately, these types of chemicals have a tendency to linger indoors long before the cleaning process has been completed.
- Pollen, dirt, dust, pet dander and various other particulates- These are considered the most common culprit for poor quality in indoor spaces. While they are considered a part of the natural world, having them recirculating in the very air you’re breathing can cause issues, especially among people with respiratory problems.
- Construction materials- Glues, treated wood, primers, varnishes, caulks and even insulation can be potential sources of toxic chemicals that can circulate inside your living space.
- Smoke and other combustion sources- This includes fireplaces, cigarette smoke, gas stoves, incense, and gas stoves among others which can release harmful chemicals like carbon monoxide, among others.
On top of that, you also have hair spray, perfume, pesticides and paint that further contributes to the poor quality of air you’re breathing indoors.
Signs the air you breathe needs to be improved
Improving the overall quality of your indoor air can bring about so many benefits to individuals suffering from asthma, allergies and other types of respiratory issues. However, they’re not the only people who will reap the benefits of adding an efficient indoor air system.
You might want to consider looking into solutions for improving your indoor air quality if you happen to suffer from the following chronic symptoms:
- Shortness of breath
- Sneezing and coughing
Whether you’re trying to find solutions for a loved one’s respiratory problems or just want to enjoy the peace of mind of knowing that you’re breathing in cleaner and better indoor air, we’re more than happy to help. Our air quality specialists are extensively experienced and intensively trained to know exactly what they need to do to help you find the perfect solution for your budget and most importantly, your needs.
Contact us today to learn more about our indoor air quality solutions and services and enjoy our free estimate offer for new installations!