Open the door to quality comfort

 

Proper indoor air quality can require more than an air conditioner and furnace system. Improved insulation efforts has contributed to indoor air to be 5 times more polluted than the outside. Tight insulation, aimed at weather proofing our homes and offices, trap-in 72 trillion particles a day, generating about 40 pounds of dust a year. These amounts of dust and particles cause major problems with our health and sinuses.

Taking the basic steps of scheduling seasonal maintenance, filter changes, duct cleaning, and using a whole house humidifier is a great start to combat allergy and sinus issues. But, if you’re ready to take your attack to the next level,  then read on about helpful products we offer that will have you taking breaths of fresh air, without stepping outside!

Evaluate Your Indoor Air Quality

Regular effects of airborne toxins can reduce your quality of life. If you experience one or more of these effects on a frequent basis, or have one or more of the pollutants that cause poor indoor air quality, call to discuss your options with us today.

Causes of
Poor Air Quality

Effects of
Poor Air Quality

Construction Debris Irritated Allergies
Mold Eye/Nose/Throat Irritation
Dust Chest Tightness
Pollen Headaches
Air Fresheners Sinus Problems
Cooking Fumes Fatigue
Pet Dander Nausea
Cigarette Smoke