For most of us, the first thing we notice about the air around us is the temperature. So, whenever our homes feel too hot or too cool, we focus our attention on the thermostat, turning it up and down to suit our comfort levels. The problem is, temperature is only one part of the overall picture.
Take control of your Air Quality
More than a matter of degree, how your air feels involves a combination of factors, like how much moisture is in the air. Energy efficiency also comes into play when you consider how you feel every month when you see your utility bill. If it’s high, you’re anything but comfortable.
Research has shown that the quality of indoor air can be worse than that of outdoor air. Many homes are built or remodeled more tightly, without regard to the factors that assure fresh and healthy indoor air. Our homes today contain many furnishings, appliances and products that can affect indoor air quality.
Signs of indoor air quality problems include:
- Unusual and noticeable odors.
- Stale or stuffy air.
- Noticeable lack of air movement.
- Dirty or faulty central heating or air conditioning equipment.
- Damaged flue pipes or chimneys.
- Unvented combustion air sources for fossil fuel appliances.
- Excessive humidity.
- Presence of molds and mildew.
- Health reaction after remodeling, weatherizing, using new furniture, using household and hobby products, or moving into a new home.
- Feeling noticeably healthier outside.
So let us help you breathe cleaner air, please contact us for a no obligation quote!