Indoor Air Quality in Austin: Do You Know What You’re Breathing?
We tend to blame our allergies on Austin’s pollen problem, but that same pollen may be circulating through the air in your own home– not to mention the mold and bacteria that trigger 1 in 4 people’s allergies.
Air quality testing is the easiest way to determine exactly what’s in the air you’re breathing. But if you’re not sure, consider the last time you had to replace your vent filters. Unless those filters were pristine and clean, you already have a good idea of what’s in your air.
While the filters themselves can help block larger particles, the ducts are still carrying tiny bacteria, pollen, and other potentially harmful, allergenic particles.
Indoor Air Quality Evaluation
Scheduling an indoor air quality evaluation is the simplest way to identify what you’re breathing in and in what quantities, which then allows you to find the best solution to clean your air. While regularly changing your air filters is a great start, the majority of contaminants often reside in the ducts themselves.
To assess your indoor air quality, we run a camera through your ducts to get a visual assessment of your HVAC system, checking for:
Once our certified tech has generated a custom air report of your home or business, we can work with you to find & solve any issues identified. For instance, if the contaminants in your air are a build-up of particles in your building’s ducts, thorough air duct cleaning can help improve your home’s air quality.
Of course, air duct cleaning only works to clean out some of the debris in your ducts, but doesn’t always solve the problem itself. As long as there’s bacteria, mildew, and pollen outside your home, it’s easy for it to work its way into your air.
For truly clean air, you need something that doesn’t just stop contaminants, but instead works on a molecular level to fully sanitize and purify your air.
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