Why Your House’s Indoor Air Quality is Important


The worldwide transmission of COVID-19 has likely flipped your typical calendar into a jumble.

When things feel uncertain, you can take peace in knowing your home is your safe retreat. You’re likely spending more time there today. As a result, your indoor air quality is now more crucial than ever.

Did you realize we can install indoor air quality products in your residence that deliver hospital-grade filtration? These options can clear bacteria from your air, as well as allergens, odors, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Modern residences are firmly airtight, which is fantastic for energy efficiency. But it also means your inside air may be worse than the air outside. In actuality, the EPA says it can be two to five times worse than outdoors. This might be troublesome since we spend about 90% of our lifetime indoors.

Many elements can contribute to poor indoor air quality, such as cleaning products and air fresheners. These could cause headaches and worsen allergies and asthma.

There are several things you can do to improve your air quality. Some include better air filters, an air purification system, or an ultraviolet (UV) germicidal light.

Unsure which option is best for your house? Our knowledgeable technicians can do an indoor air quality audit. Based on our findings, we can then recommend the most fitting option for your home’s unique needs.

Keep reading to find out more about the air quality equipment we have.

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