Indoor Air Quality
Quality Installation From Certified Professionals
Coughing and sneezing are a good indication that there may be an indoor air quality issue in your home. Having your HVAC unit examined is the first step to combating allergens and other problems. The risk of illness from a faulty or defective HVAC unit is real. It’s such a real thing that OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) lists inadequate HVAC maintenance as a major cause of poor indoor quality. This can be extremely troubling for those with infants or family members with asthma. If you think your HVAC unit is causing indoor air quality issues click the button below to schedule a free consultation.
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If you have sneezing or a runny nose this may not be caused by outdoor allergies. The EPA (Federal Environmental Protective Agency) has determined that the air inside a home can be 2 to 5 times more polluted than outside. Check out some of these startling statistics about indoor air quality.
50% of all illnesses are caused or aggravated by poor indoor air quality – The American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology.
By controlling contaminants such as dust mites, asthma cases can be reduced by 55 to 60% – The American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
Let’s skip HEPA filters and other devices and dive into the new kid on the block UV air filtration. UV air filtration uses state-of-the-art ultraviolet light technology to kill viruses and other microorganisms (like mold). The ultraviolet light damages the genetic material of these organisms and makes them unable to reproduce stopping them dead in their tracks. If you are serious about air quality and are looking for a sure fire way to kill the bad stuff this is for you. Click the button below to set up a free consultation for UV air filtration.