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What Can Lead to Subpar Indoor Air Quality?

Wouldn’t it be great if there were a simple quick fix that could eliminate the risk of subpar indoor air quality in your home? Unfortunately, this is simply not the reality of the situation. There may be any number of reasons as to why the quality of the air in your home is suffering, and it is unlikely that there is any single step that you can take to avoid such problems. Even so, it is helpful to have some understanding of the potential causes of indoor air quality problems in one’s home. Read the information below, and let us know if you have any concerns regarding your indoor air quality in Phoenix, AZGoettl Good Guys Air Conditioning is happy to help in any way we can.

Potential Causes of Subpar Indoor Air Quality

  • Proximity to Major Roadways or Construction Areas: It is possible that debris kicked up by cars passing by on a nearby roadway may lead to subpar indoor air quality in your home. You may also suffer such issues if live near and active construction site. There is really no way in which to move your home away from these problematic locations. With the right IAQ equipment, though, you can prevent them from causing serious issues in your home.
  • General Cleanliness: It can be tough to keep up with all of the dusting and cleaning that you need to do around the house. If you fail to keep your floors and surfaces relatively clean, though, you’ll find it quite difficult to prevent those pollutants from going airborne and spreading throughout your home. Completion of general cleaning chores can do wonders for your indoor air quality.
  • Smokers, Pets, Etc.: There are many factors that we willingly introduce into our homes, such as pets and smoking, which can negatively influence the air quality therein. While you may want to reconsider smoking for your own health reasons, we don’t believe that you should allow air quality issues to dictate the way in which you live your life. That is why we recommend working with a member of our staff to determine how best to boost indoor air quality in your home.

All our technicians are "Sadie Certified"

Applicants meet the family dog before being hired and pass the Sadie test. If Sadie doesn’t like an applicant, we bet you won’t be comfortable with them in your home. We want to make it for sure that we are putting the right person in your house.