Indoor air quality tips

The EPA estimates – indoor air quality can be 5 times more polluted than outdoor air. Air ducts and ventilation systems are the biggest contributing factors in poor indoor air quality. The tiny but mighty air ducts contain a host of harmful fungi, bacteria and mold. Make sure that you inspect the ductwork of your home and business. Make it a priority.

Homeowners often retreat indoors, not realizing the fact that their ‘sweet home’ can exacerbate instead of alleviate the itchy eyes, runny nose and the sneezing.

First things first; measure the air leakage of your home and then take the necessary steps to resolve air leakage. Well; the steps may vary depending on the home’s issues. It may include attic insulation, replacing or re-caulking windows or doors, improving ductwork in the house and more.

Next step, focus on the HVAC systems that regulate the air intake into the home. Make sure that the units are of the appropriate size the home, the filters are properly configured in order to reduce airborne allergens entering the home.

Yes; all these steps prevent outdoor allergens entering the home, but what can you do with the indoor allergens?

Asthma Triggers  

The fact has been proven that poor indoor air quality can actually cause asthma in children. Keeping your system clean therefore should be a priority.

Pet Dander

Yes; we all know a whopping amount of more than 30 percent of the population in the U.S. suffers from pet allergies. The HVAC systems that include HEPA filters are ideal for filtering pet dander.

Filter the Dust and Pollutants

Remember; the pollutants that get trapped in your home will simply keep on circulating in absence of a high-quality air filter. After all your HVAC system provides you with the opportunity for improving the indoor air quality so make the best use of it.

Can you remember the last time you had your chimney or your dryer vent cleaned? Homeowners often forget how important Chimney dryer vent cleaning is to the integrity of their house and their health.  It not only contributes to clean indoor air but also improve the efficiency of your home and reduces the risk of fire. What’s more? Well; preventative chimney dryer vent cleaning and maintenance also helps in reducing long term energy bills.

We use highly effective equipment to vacuum the contaminants out of your air ducts. Our high end and effective filters can remove particles as small as .3 microns from your ductwork.

We offer a variety of services and products for your air conditioning system, as well as what you need to clean your fireplace and dryer vent. Call us now

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