Air Quality

Protect your Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), indoor air pollution is in the top five environmental health risks. The air we breathe has a direct effect on our health, it can cause or worsen allergies, respiratory illnesses, heart disease and other long-term diseases.

Pollution sources release gases or particles into the air. Factors like standing water, high humidity causing added moisture in the air and inadequate ventilation is often a source of poor indoor air quality. The combination of standing water and humidity encourages the growth of mold, mildew, and dust mites. Without ambient flow, air is not circulated through the system efficiently diluting the emissions from the pollution sources.

COMMON INDOOR AIR POLLUTANTS

  •         Carbon monoxide
  •         Nitrogen Dioxide
  •         Radon
  •         Lead particles
  •         Mold/Mildew
  •         Secondhand smoke
  •         Asbestos

REDUCING INDOOR POLLUTION

  •         Good ventilation
  •         Air purifiers
  •         Routine maintenance to prevent problems
  •         Change air filters
  •         Regular cleaning
  •         Maintain a healthy level of humidity
  •         Eliminate odors, don’t just mask them
  •         Control critters with extermination
  •         Rethink pricey fixes
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