Let’s Talk About Indoor Air Quality
Your indoor air quality is often worse than outdoor air quality, and that’s important considering where you may spend most of your time. Chemicals from cleaners and personal care products, damp carpets and some types of pressed wood leach pollutants into the air inside your home.
Inadequate ventilation can also compound the problem. Many people keep their windows tightly sealed while they run their air conditioners or heating units. This can make air inside the house two to five times more polluted than the air outside.
We can help you improve the air quality in your home with a variety of equipment. Air purifiers, germicidal UV lamps, humidifiers and ventilators help clean your air, control moisture and introduce outside air into your home. We provide the entire metropolitan service area with tools for improving indoor air quality.