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Have a look around the room you’re in right now, assuming you’re at home. Does the air seem clean? Is your indoor air quality high? Even if everything seems okay, that doesn’t necessarily mean that it is. Indoor air quality is a subtle thing, and is often ignored by homeowners even when it is quite poor. The problem is that for many homeowners, their indoor air quality is quite poor.
Poor indoor air quality can have quite a negative impact on both your health and comfort, even if you don’t realize it. Fortunately, there are a number of ways that you can improve your home’s indoor air quality, including installing air quality systems. Trust Environment Masters, Inc. to handle all of your indoor air quality needs. No matter what your IAQ situation is, we can improve it for you. Contact us today to schedule indoor air quality services in Jackson, MS and the surrounding area.
Why You Should Take Steps to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality
So, we’ve already said that poor indoor air quality can seriously affect your health and comfort. How does it do that, though? Well, there are a couple of main contributors to bad indoor air quality, and each has its own effect on you:
- Airborne Contaminants: Microscopic airborne contaminants like dust, dirt, pollen, dander, germs, and mold spores are very common in homes across the country. Prolonged exposure to these kinds of contaminants, especially in a home environment where there may not be as much fresh air flowing, can cause all kinds of issues including allergy attacks and flu. Air purifier systems can help you deal with this.
- Humidity Imbalances: Our bodies are mostly comprised of water, and as such we rely on a certain amount of humidity in the air in order to keep operating in a healthy way. If the air is too humid, your body will not be able to keep cool as easily. It will also promote mold growth throughout the house. If the air is too dry, your skin will crack and make you more susceptible to infection. Humidifiers and dehumidifiers are designed to correct these imbalances.
The Importance of IAQ Services
Everyone has ways that their indoor air quality could be improved. For us, though, it should be an issue of special concern. Jackson, MS is the top city in the country for allergies, which means that poor indoor air quality is likely to have much more dramatic effects on residents here than in other areas. If you want to reduce allergy attacks as much as possible, you should take advantage of our indoor air quality services. Our systems can help dramatically reduce the pollen count in your home, so that you don’t have to suffer through allergy season nearly as much.
Jackson, MS Indoor Air Quality Services
We provide a wide range of indoor air quality services throughout Jackson, MS, including:
- Air Filtration Systems and Air Purifiers: Air filters and air purifiers are designed to strain a variety of airborne contaminants out of your air supply. How they do this depends on the model. You should consult with us to determine the best air filtration or purifier system for your needs.
- Humidifiers and Dehumidifiers: If the air in your home is too dry, or too humid, one of these systems is the solution. Humidifiers add humidity to your home’s air, while dehumidifiers sap excess humidity.
- Duct Testing and Sealing: The ducts in your home are an integral part of both effective climate control and maintaining indoor air quality. You should make sure to have your ducts tested for leaks every few years, and sealed if necessary.
- Heat and Energy Recovery Ventilators: Heat and energy recovery ventilators are designed to introduce fresh air into the home, without compromising climate control.
- UV Air Purifiers: Rather than physically removing contaminants from the air, UV air purifiers use ultraviolet light to cleanse the air of bio–infectious contaminants like germs and mold spores.