According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air pollution is one of the top five environmental health risks. Particles such as dust and pollen, or microorganisms such as viruses and bacteria can accumulate to produce simple irritation or even a severe health hazard.
At PrayCo Plumbing Heating + Cooling, we are keenly aware of the hidden health dangers of poor indoor air quality. From installation of air filtration systems to whole-house humidifiers, our skilled PrayCo HVAC technicians can provide the service you need to help you breathe easier.
SYMPTOMS OF INDOOR AIR POLLUTION
Whether in a home or business, indoor air pollution can make you sick and lead to infections or even serious diseases. Individuals with chronic illnesses or weakened immune systems are far more sensitive to indoor air pollutants. Asthmatics, small children, or the elderly may fall into this category.
Common symptoms of poor indoor air quality can include:
- Dryness and irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, and skin
- Headaches or fatigue
- Coughing, sneezing, or shortness of breath
- Allergies or sinus congestion
- Dizziness or nausea
SOLUTIONS TO IMPROVE INDOOR AIR QUALITY
Opening doors and windows may help improve indoor air quality, but harsh weather can make this impossible. Fresh air often is ineffective to alleviate indoor air pollution created by particle build-up in ducts and filters, and may even add to the problem by allowing additional irritants in such as pollen.
Our PrayCo HVAC professionals can provide the solutions you need to keep your home or business’ airflow clean, conditioned, and comfortable. Our experienced technicians can help keep your indoor air as free from contaminants as possible through various measures, including:
- Air filter inspection and cleaning
- Air filtration and purification system installation or service
- Humidification and de-humidification installation or service
REQUEST A SERVICE TO BEGIN BREATHING EASIER
PrayCo Plumbing Heating + Cooling has been helping individuals achieve comfort in their home or business for more than 10 years. Our trained technicians can assess your current indoor air quality and provide the solutions you need to breathe easier.