The indoor air can be as bad or worse than the outdoor air quality in your home. If you want to have it tested, you can help ensure there are not any pollutants or other harmful particles in the air. There could also be other toxic chemicals from cleaning products. Mold and mildew should also not be ignored. Notice for any signs of these so you can help prevent further issues with it. You should also have a carbon monoxide detector for your home. The home should also be tested for radon and other pollutants that might be in the air.

Improved ventilation will improve indoor air quality by increasing the amount of outdoor air coming into your home, diluting concentrations of indoor pollutants, and pushing stale indoor air out of the home. If you ever think there is and issue with the HVAC system, make sure we inspect it for you before it becomes worse. Filters actually become more effective in capturing and removing particulate air contaminants as they get dirtier and build up with dust. The filter will have to be checked on a regular basis, and also changed when recommended. Ignoring it will cause issues in the long run. It will also result in poor air quality in your home.

If you notice an issue with the air quality in your home, make sure to contact us so we can inspect the HVAC system for you.