- Posted by Kim Beechner
- On March 2, 2022
In the efforts of trying to preserve our world, we as humans do our best to keep the outdoor air clean. But, we could be neglecting our indoor air which can directly affect our health. If you often feel ill from being inside your home, you could be suffering from poor indoor air quality. Alamo Austin Air offers indoor air quality services to keep you and your family safe!
What Affects Your Air Quality?
Despite our best efforts to keep the outdoor air clean, it isn’t always that way. Indoor air is also brought inside from the outdoors. There are several pollutants that the outdoor air can bring in. There are also pollutants within your own home that can affect any clean air as well. Pet dander, cleaning products, mold, tobacco and more can all pollute your indoor air.
Symptoms of indoor air pollution may go unnoticed. They are often mistaken for allergies, cold or flu symptoms. Symptoms of poor indoor air quality might include nose bleeds, congestion and sore throats. Some symptoms could even be as serious as cancer or heart disease. This further stresses the importance of having a reliable company to provide indoor air quality services.
How to Improve Your Air Quality
As the average family spends about 90% of their time indoors. So, it is important to take the right precautions to improve your indoor air quality and keep it clean. Cleaning filters and eliminating pollutants may also improve your home’s indoor air quality.
What We Can do to Help
Alamo Austin Air offers many solutions for improved air quality that can attach to your existing HVAC system, such as the HALO-LED™ Whole Home In-Duct Air Purifier.
The Performance™ Horizontal Energy Recovery Ventilator is another option for anyone with tougher pollution issues. This unit is specifically designed for hotter climates like Austin. It also provides an airflow rate of 145 cubic feet per minute.
If you are interested in our indoor air quality services and want to discuss the best solution for your indoor air quality needs! Give us a call at 512-736-0145 or visit our page on indoor air quality solutions here.