Do you want to ensure that you’re breathing pollutant-free air? Duggan's One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning® offers top-of-the-line indoor air quality inspection and testing.
Some signs that you may need to schedule an inspection ASAP include:
- Strange, persistent odors and smells
- Mold or mildew growth
- An excessive level of humidity
- Stale or stuffy air
Our indoor air quality can sometimes be more harmful than outdoor air!
Here are two ways that you can improve your indoor air quality, right now:
- Vacuum, dust, and clean your floors. Particularly if you have pets, keeping your floors as clean as possible is important. Pet dander can wreak havoc on our immune systems!
- Use a floor mat. If you don’t have one already, you should place a large floor mat at the front entrance of your home. A door mat can help reduce the amount of pollutants and dirt that gets dragged in.
There are many different causes of indoor air quality problems; here are three of the main causes:
- Secondhand smoke. Smoke is undoubtedly one of the leading causes of poor indoor air quality. Whether you’re ingesting the actual smoke secondhand, or just sitting in a room where people smoke, this can thoroughly damage your health.
- Biological sources. Things like mold, mildew, pollen, dust, insects, and other biological debris can negatively impact your indoor air quality, in a big way.
- Household products and harsh chemicals. Certain paints and varnishes, as well as cleaning products, can contain harmful chemicals that are bad for your indoor air quality, and your health.