At Anderson Heating & Cooling, we take seriously the quality of the air you breathe in your home. Dirty air can cause allergies to worsen and lead to other respiratory problems. If you have breathing issues, call our indoor experts and let them inspect your house and see how we can improve the quality of the air you breathe.
If you have mold building up, check out how our dehumidifiers can help.
The Truth About Indoor Air Pollution
When people think about polluted air, they have images of factories spewing out toxic exhaust or car engines puffing gray smoke. However, the truth is that the air in your home is often more dangerous than the air outside. Many homeowners suffer from poor air quality from toxins like carbon monoxide, radon, nitrogen dioxide, second-hand smoke, lead particles, and mold. All of these pollutants pose a risk to your health. Deal with them now so you and your family can breathe better and be healthy.
How to Fix Indoor Air Pollution
According to the EPA, the most effective way to stamp out indoor air pollution is to find the source and eliminate it if possible. If you have poor air quality because of asbestos, you can seal off the area that contains it. Another way to improve your home’s air is to increase ventilation by opening windows and vents when weather permits. Also recommended are air cleaners and filters to remove tiny particles that can cause allergies to flare up. Call Anderson Heating & Cooling, and let us show you how we can improve the quality of your air today.
Your air conditioner is often a source of air pollution. Call us for AC filter replacements to ensure you’re breathing clean, healthy air.
Effects Of Poor Indoor Air Quality
As mentioned above, the air in your Mentor, OH, home is often worse than the air outside. Many people suffer from symptoms caused by poor air quality without realizing the cause. Poor air quality often results in:
- Respiratory problems like asthma and bronchitis.
- Eye, nose, and throat irritation.
- Trouble concentrating.
- Frequent colds.
- Nausea and fatigue.
If you suffer from any of the above problems, the air in your home could be to blame.