Did you know that the U.S. Environmental Agency says the quality of indoor air can be up to 100 times worse than the air outside?
How could this be the case?
Polluted indoor air quality is caused by many factors including mold, bacteria, and chemicals. Homes and buildings are made out of numerous building materials. What does paint, drywall, a countertop, and carpet all have in common? The answer is chemicals.
If allergies, asthma, hay fever, or other breathing difficulties are common in your house and you suspect that indoor air quality may be triggering those breathing difficulties A.J. Perri can help.
We have the tools at our disposal to help remediate your indoor air quality problems so that you can go back to enjoying your home.
See the brief overview below of the air quality products we have at our disposal to help improve the indoor air quality in your home:
Air cleaners can help improve your health and comfort by helping to keep your entire home cleaner, helping to protect your furnishing, and help save you time and the aggravation of continuous dusting and cleaning. A whole house air cleaner can provide relief up to 40 times more efficiently than standard filters.
Whole House Humidifiers
With a whole house humidifier you can help eliminate that dry eye, nose, and throat feeling you have when you wake up in the morning. Humidity reduces the incidence of respiratory infections and speeds recovery from the common cold.
UV Germicidal Lamps
The potential mold and bacteria growth on your air conditioning coils is a result of normal condensation that takes place during the cooling process. A UV germicidal lamp is designed to kill that mold and bacteria by breaking down its DNA. Not only will UV germicidal lamps help your health, they can also provide heating and cooling energy savings.
Dirt, mold, bugs, and mites are all living in your duct system. Duct cleaning can help improve your health and safety by eliminating molds, bacteria, and germs from source and recalculated air, keeping your entire home cleaner and healthier.
For more on how you can keep the indoor air quality in your home safer contact A.J. Perri.