Indoor Air Quality FAQ
People spend much of their time indoors and if allergens, dust, mold, pet dander, and other contaminants are recirculating throughout your home, you’re breathing unhealthy air. It may also worsen allergy symptoms or contribute to new ones.
Give our experts a call and we will schedule an air quality assessment test to determine which systems would be beneficial in your home.
There are a lot of factors that can cause poor air quality such as pet dander, smoking indoors, and poor ventilation. If you have pets, frequent vacuuming helps, but you should also be replacing your air filter at the recommended intervals.
Every home and person’s comfort is different. Start by setting it at 30 percent humidity and increase the percentage by five percent every 24 hours until your desired comfort level is met.
Yes, they can! There are a number of plants that help filter and clean your indoor air—plus greenery increases the amount of oxygen throughout your home. How many plants do you need? Researchers suggest at least one houseplant for every 100 square feet.