The average person spends about 90% of their time indoors. If you or your family frequently suffer from allergies or breathing problems, this may be a sign that your home has poor indoor air quality.

Our skilled technicians are experienced with all types of indoor air quality systems and are ready to troubleshoot your issue to allow you to breathe easier in your own home.

What Symptoms Are Linked to Poor Indoor Air Quality?

If you frequently suffer from any of the following, it is a good idea to have the air in your home tested by a professional:

  • Headaches
  • Allergies
  • Sinus congestion
  • Itchy/watery eyes
  • Coughing/wheezing
  • Shortness of breath

Steps to Take To Improve Indoor Air Quality

  • Invest in a quality air filtration system, such as a HEPA or UV filter
  • Have your air tested by a professional on a regular basis
  • Open windows and doors regularly to let in fresh air
  • Use natural cleaning products that are less irritating
  • Change your HVAC filters regularly

Schedule Regular Maintenance for Your HVAC System

Regular maintenance of your heating and cooling system ensures they are operating properly and can also help improve indoor air quality. Dust and debris can collect on your blower fan and in your ducts, leading to contaminants in your air.