How is the air inside your house? Poor air quality is becoming a major concern, and there are a variety of solutions available to help improve the air you breathe leading to safe and sound environment for you and your family.
Indoor particles or pollutant gases produced by combustion sources such as:
Increased humidity levels, without the use of proper ventilation, can cause and spread mold and damp-related fungal spores. Extra moisture in the air can also attract dust-mites, cockroaches, and other pests causing additional concerns.
The need for a consistent supply of fresh air is necessary to dilute the presence of indoor air contaminants and balance humidity levels. Ventilation includes not only bringing fresh air into a building, but also the proper outside venting of gases and moisture from bathrooms, kitchens, laundry facilities, and HVAC equipment.
Gases or particles from outdoor sources including, but not limited to high concentrations of air pollution, pollen, pesticides, and radon.