Indoor Air Quality Analysis

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring

Residential HVAC

Healthy air is essential for a healthy home. It’s easy to get an affordable and detailed read on the air you breathe.

We provide indoor air quality replacement to monitor and turn down CO2, carbon monoxide gas and other inside air contaminants.

Why Get Your Indoor Air Quality Checked?

  1. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air quality is a greater health hazard than outdoor air pollution with pollutants being up to 100 times higher indoors.
  2. 80% of the homes and offices we test have poor quality air.
  3. Chemicals emitted by common products can cause irritation, breathing trouble, and even illness.

Improving Your Indoor Air

Here are a few tips you can use to improve your home or office air quality.

Controlling the sources of pollution:Usually the most effective way to improve indoor air is to eliminate individual sources or reduce their emissions.

Ventilating: Increasing the amount of fresh air brought indoors helps reduce pollutants inside. When weather permits, open windows and doors, or run an air conditioner with the vent control open. Bathroom and kitchen fans that exhaust to the outdoors also increase ventilation and help remove pollutants.

Always ventilate and follow manufacturers’ instructions when you use products or appliances that may release pollutants into the indoor air.

Changing filters regularly: Central heaters and air conditioners have filters to trap dust and other pollutants in the air. Make sure to change or clean the filters regularly, following the instructions on the package.

Adjusting humidity:The humidity inside can affect the concentrations of some indoor air pollutants. For example, high humidity keeps the air moist and increases the likelihood of mold.

Keep indoor humidity between 30 and 50 percent. Use a moisture or humidity gauge, available at most hardware stores, to see if the humidity in your home is at a good level. To increase humidity, use a vaporizer or humidifier. To decrease humidity, open the windows if it is not humid outdoors. If it is warm, turn on the air conditioner or adjust the humidity setting on the humidifier.

Complete customer satisfaction is what we pride ourselves on, and the job isn’t complete until you, the customer, are happy. We have worked hard to get the good reputation that we have, and we will continue to work even harder to keep it. Our goal is to leave each and every customer in the position that they will always be happy to recommend us to others.

We stand behind our work, so your satisfaction is guaranteed!

We put our client first, and are always here when you require our service. No work assignment is too big or too small for us. Simply contact us today at (772) 770-0507 and let us discuss with any cooling or heating issues you may have.

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