Indoor Air Quality
The Environmental Protection Agency ranks indoor air pollution as one of the top five environmental risks to public health today. As home construction has continued to make homes more "air tight," sealing outside air out and inside air in, so has the problem of indoor air quality risen in concern.
If too little outdoor air enters a home, pollutants such as dust, mold, bacteria, fungi, and other contaminates can accumulate to levels that can pose health and comfort problems. Health concerns, such as allergies, asthma or the hazards of carbon monoxide can often be attributed to a poorly maintained, designed, or installed heating and air conditioning system.
Air Assurance NATE certified technicians can help you select the most appropriate systems for heating and air conditioning, ventilation, air cleaners, air purifiers, and carbon monoxide detector systems for your residential or commercial space.
Determining the role your heating and air conditioning system plays in your indoor air quality is vital to your family's health and well being.