Have you been dealing with a nasty cough, chest tightness, sore throat, itchy or watery eyes, or shortness of breath? This is not a medical blog, so we’re not trying to diagnose you here, but these are common symptoms experienced by people who have poor air quality in their home or business. Especially if you spend a lot of time indoors, poor air quality can have a big effect on your health.
To improve the quality of the air inside your home or business, the first step is to identify any factors that may be contributing to the poor air quality. A few examples of contributing factors may be a heating system like a fireplace or wood-burning stove that isn’t properly ventilated, clogged filters or a full drip tray on your air conditioner, dust mites, or mold. If you have concerns that your home or business is suffering from poor air quality, it might be a good idea to give us a call for a professional inspection.