Air Quality

Do you or someone in your home suffer from allergies or asthma? Having controlled air quality is especially important for people who suffer from chronic conditions, but it’s also important for everyone else in your home – including your pets! High air quality can help to reduce symptoms like headaches and sinus irritation,

In our insulated homes and buildings, we unintentionally lock in and re-circulate pollen, mould, fungi, bacteria, viruses, dust and mites. To add to the problem, things like tobacco products, wood or cooking smoke, pet dander, insecticides, toxins from air fresheners, carpets, glues, house-hold cleaners, paints, varnishes, press-board furniture and countless others decrease the quality of the air in your home. It is estimated that we take in and expel 20,000 breaths per day and about 18,000 of those breaths are of conditioned indoor air.

These airborne contaminants can adversely affect our health, comfort, and productivity since they lodge themselves in our mucous membranes and lungs. Their symptoms can be short or long term, ranging from itchy eyes, sneezing and runny nose to more serious symptoms like headaches, fatigue, tightness in the chest, shortness of breath, chronic colds and flus, and can even lead to allergies, asthma and respiratory illness.

With all of the information above, it’s easy to see why we take air quality so seriously. If you think your home could use better air for you, your children, and your pets, we can offer the best option for cleaner air your home. We specialize in better air quality for those who suffer chronic conditions.