The First Steps Towards Indoor Air Quality: HVAC Inspections And Testing

If you are like most property owners, you probably don’t give your indoor air quality a second thought: out of sight and out of mind, right? What you don’t realize is that the quality of your indoor air can have a large impact on your health and your quality of life. An air care and restoration service can evaluate the quality of your indoor air, perform HVAC inspections to detect contaminants, and offer solutions to restore the air quality to a healthy condition.

Why Your Indoor Air Quality Is Important

The air that you breathe indoors is full of airborne contaminants that are not visible to the naked eye including bacteria and other microbes, toxic gases and chemicals, and VOCs (volatile organic compounds). In humid Pennsylvania, the environment is well suited for the growth of mold, and mold spores also contaminate your air. Some of these substances are relatively unhealthy for your respiratory system and the rest of your body. Without proactive prevention and remediation, these substances can cause a wide range of health problems including respiratory illness and asthma, infection, and irritations in the skin, eyes, nose, throat, and lungs. By performing HVAC inspections to identify contaminants, companies such as Air Care & Restoration Co., Inc. can develop an actionable plan that will include solutions for poor air quality that will rid your property of these contaminants and restore the quality of your air so you can breathe easy again.

Commercial and Residential Air Care and Restoration

Both residential and commercial property owners alike stand to benefit from thorough HVAC inspections, testing, and evaluations that are performed by fully certified, highly trained, and experienced staff and service technicians. An air care restoration specialist will perform a complete inspection of your commercial HVAC system and ductwork or your residential forced air heating and cooling systems, testing your air for dozens of unhealthy or harmful chemicals, organisms, and other substances. Once threats to your indoor air quality have been identified, an evaluation is performed to develop a plan for remediation including cleaning of ductwork, air filtration and treatment with both particulate air filters and UV filtration, removal of contaminates, and other air quality restoration methods. Following the remediation process, preventative measures are implemented to maintain air quality and prevent future contamination so that your indoor air will remain healthy year after year. You can also like them on Facebook for more information.

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