Indoor Air Quality
Indoor Air Quality Experts
Trees Clean Air. So Do We.
As homes become more energy-efficient, they are also becoming more susceptible to indoor air pollutants. This is due to the limited exchange of indoor air and fresh outdoor air. Failure to eliminate indoor air pollutants can cause flu-like symptoms such as headaches, nausea and respiratory irritation, as well as aggravation of asthma and allergy conditions.
Frequent vacuuming and dusting can help keep your indoor air clean, but the smallest particles that cause the most irritation can only be removed with filtering devices. Aire Serv® can identify the important issues and provide a solution tailored to your specific needs.
- Worsening of allergies
- Burning nose
- Sore eyes
- Respiratory issues
- Flu-like symptoms
- Heart Disease
- Other serious, long-term conditions
- Death, when carbon monoxide and other pollutants are highly concentrated
You Can Control Several Contributing Factors of Poor Indoor Air Quality
Several issues can lead to poor air quality in your home:
- Indoor pets
- Dust mites
- Inadequate whole-house ventilation
- Improperly vented combustion appliances and fireplace, which generate carbon monoxide
- Mold and mildew resulting from moisture damage and high humidity
- VOCs from chemical cleaning products and pesticides
- Building materials containing asbestos, formaldehyde, and lead
- High temperature and humidity can also increase the levels of some pollutants