Do you want to improve your indoor air quality?
According to the EPA, indoor air can be up 2-5x more polluted with contaminants like pollen, mold, bacteria, dirt, and other debris than outdoor air. Not only that, it’s estimated we spend up to 90% of our time indoors. Luckily, there are ways to improve indoor air quality.
Breathe fresh air – indoors and outdoors
Did you know that the air you breathe inside of your home can influence your health? Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the quality of indoor air, as it pertains to your health and comfort. The majority of homeowners often neglect this important aspect of indoor living. Indoor air quality should be everyone’s concern. Recent studies have shown that we spend up to 90 percent of our time indoors, often leading to negative health effects when indoor air quality is ignored.
Indoor air quality issues naturally develop over time. The severity of indoor air quality issues depends on a large number of factors, including: location, season, lifestyle, activities, condition of HVAC equipment and presence of building components and furnishings. Any of these issues can create IAQ problems or perpetuate existing ones, that may negatively impact your health.
For example, pollen can be a major IAQ concern for specific areas throughout the year, particularly for individuals who suffer from allergies. Lifestyle choices can seriously impact indoor air quality, as well. If a homeowner smokes indoors, the quality of the air in the home suffers greatly. The working condition of the HVAC equipment is an important factor in determining a home’s or business’s indoor air quality. Leaky or dirty duct work can compromise the quality of the air you breathe. Finally, building components and furnishings are also unexpected contributors to poor indoor air quality, due to their release of volatile organic compounds that are dangerous to your health.
It is clear that there is a need for an effective solution to poor indoor air quality in your home or business and the threats associated with it. TemperaturePro West Palm Beach offers industry-leading indoor air quality services that address even the most complex indoor air quality issues. The following list of products are among the best in the industry for cleaning the air inside of your home or business:
HVAC systems with leaky ducts are detrimental to indoor air quality and system efficiency. Leaky ducts pull harmful air pollutants into the indoor environment and can negatively impact indoor air quality. Dust, mold spores and other harmful air pollutants can be picked up and carried into the air you breathe, while the system is operating.
To combat these IAQ problems, TemperaturePro West Palm Beach offers duct cleaning and duct sealing services. Sealing your duct work and cleaning the harmful pollutants from the ducts, will improve your indoor air quality and can reduce your monthly energy costs.
Indoor air quality is essential to optimizing HVAC system efficiency and promoting healthy, comfortable living. Choose TemperaturePro West Palm Beach to work with you to discover the perfect indoor air quality solution for your home or business today!