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Were you aware that recent studies by the EPA indicate that the air inside of your home may be up to 100 times more polluted than the air outside?

In fact, your home could be showing signs of poor indoor air quality right now.

Do you know when it is time to call an expert on Indoor Air Quality?

You May Have Poor Indoor Air Quality if…

1. Your family experiences frequent sinus infections, dry eyes, throat irritation or headaches
2. Your home has a musty or stale odor
3. You observe excessive dust in your air or accumulating on your furnishings
4. You see dirt and debris built up on your air vents
5. You have mold or mildew in your home

If you observe any of these signs of poor air quality in your home or business, an experienced professional can help you diagnose the source and suggest solutions to your problem.

How to Fix Poor Air Quality in Your Home
 
Air Cleaners- The obvious remedy for air pollution is to install an air cleaner. The basic filter in your cooling system is designed to protect your equipment and not you or your family. An air cleaner is designed to work in conjunction with your system and is up to 40 times more efficient at removing viruses, bacteria, pollen, dirt, dust, dander and spores from your home.

Duct Cleaning- Another simple way to improve the air quality of your home is to have your ductwork professionally cleaned. You would be shocked at what is hiding in your duct system only to re-circulate back into the air you breathe. A professional duct cleaning removes dust particles, bacteria and allergens from your duct system. You can even have your ductwork deodorized for more efficient odor control.

UV Germicidal Lights- Originally developed for commercial grade use to literally sterilize the air, UV Germicidal lights are a very effective option for those struggling with poor immune systems or frequent illnesses. Kill bacteria and mold at the source, your cooling system’s indoor coil. Install a germicidal light inside of your air conditioner to improve the quality of your air and simultaneously remove any musty and stale odors from your home.

September 17, 2014