You probably already know this, but your indoor air quality is very important. Pollutants and particles floating around in the air affect your health and the performance of your HVAC system. Dirty units have to work hard to achieve the same results, leading to costly repairs that could have been avoided.
At Sheldon's Heating & Air Conditioning, we want you to relax. With our indoor air quality monitoring services, you’ll know that your HVAC system is operating smoothly and the air you breathe is clean.
Advantages of Improved Indoor Air Quality
Breathing clean air is an essential part of your health. Once you’ve improved your indoor air quality, you’ll begin noticing a few changes around your home:
When you eliminate excess carbon monoxide and other harmful organic compounds from the air, your whole family will be safer.
How to Improve Indoor Air Quality
While it’s practically impossible to remove every contaminant from your home, any effort to improve your indoor air quality helps. You’ll avoid irritating allergy symptoms and breathe better throughout the year. Here are a few steps you can take to reduce pollutants from your home and improve your air quality:
These are just a few ways to start, but there are other steps you can take as a homeowner to eliminate allergens.
How Is Indoor Air Quality Measured?
If you want to measure air quality at home, you need to install an indoor air quality monitor. These devices keep track of the concentration of various gasses present in the air and provide data in real-time.
Indoor Air Quality Monitor
The monitors will determine the level for each pollutant and provide you with reading, so you’re aware of the quality of the air you breathe.
Owning an indoor air quality monitor can help you determine whether your home is safe or if you need to relocate temporarily. These tiny devices will also help prevent any symptoms from worsening. A technician from Sheldon's Heating & Air Conditioning can install one of these powerful devices to help keep your family safe.
Indoor Air Quality Testing
If you’re ready for indoor air quality testing, we can help you fully understand what’s in the air you are breathing. One of our experts will come to your home and complete a test in any affected areas.
Before we begin testing, we’ll start with your concerns. We’ll walk through your home, and you can point out any areas you feel concerned about. Our trained technicians understand where to look for culprits that reduce your indoor air quality.
Once testing is completed, we’ll give you an upfront quote for the suggested remediation. There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to indoor air quality testing. Your home is unique, and we’ll address the issues affecting you.
Indoor Air Quality Check
Air pollution in residential homes varies throughout the United States. Each state, county, and town has a wide array of risk factors that affect the air. If you’re familiar with these risks, you might have an idea of how your home is affected. Otherwise, you can complete an indoor air quality check.
Also, remember to change your air filter since that can help prevent the spread of pollutants throughout your home.
Need Help Improving Your Indoor Air Quality?
Call Sheldon's Heating & Air Conditioning today to schedule an assessment of your home!