Poor Indoor Air Quality: 3 Contributing Factors
If you think that you need nothing more than a great air conditioner and a good heater in order to live comfortably throughout the year, you need to step back and reassess your stance on the matter. Yes, maintaining comfortable temperatures within your home throughout the year is paramount to living in overall comfort. However, you also cannot afford to overlook the important role that the quality of the air in your home plays in this scenario. If you are suffering from the adverse effects of subpar indoor air quality in your home, just let us know.
For many homeowners, the idea of living without a furry friend or two is unthinkable. While we fully understand just how much our pets can improve our lives, it is also necessary to understand just how disruptive to our indoor air quality (IAQ) these pets can be. We’re not suggesting that you only take in hairless pets, of course. We do recommend, though, that you consider improved air filtration and purification systems if you are planning on maintaining great indoor air quality in spite of the shedding hair and pet dander that your companions will introduce into your home.
Proximity to Roadways/Construction
Certain problems with indoor air quality may stem from situations over which you have no control. For instance, if you live near major roadways, construction sites, or dusty, open spaces, pollutants may well enter the air in your home. You cannot just pick up and move every time you encounter such problems. What you can do, though, is dial our number and schedule service with the IAQ pros on our staff.
We know how hectic life can be, and that most people fall behind on their housework from time to time. While you may not get around to dusting and sweeping as much as you’d like, you can at least prevent these pollutants from going airborne and spreading throughout your entire home. Contact us today to learn more about how to maintain great indoor air quality in your living space.