Many homeowners neglect their home’s indoor air quality, but it’s crucial for our health and well-being. Poor indoor air quality can lead to allergies, headaches, and respiratory issues.
If you suspect that your indoor air quality is not at its best, here are four signs to look out for:
- Musty Odors. A musty or moldy odor in your home could indicate poor indoor air quality and the presence of mold. Don’t cover it with a fragrance and expect the smell to disappear. Mold overgrowth is harmful to your health and costly to remove. We can implement strategies to control the humidity in your home, preventing mold and mildew.
- Respiratory Issues that Don’t Go Away. If you or someone in your family experiences ongoing respiratory problems unrelated to seasonal allergies or illness, such as coughing, sneezing, or difficulty breathing, it could be due to poor indoor air quality. We can seal your crawlspace and air ducts to improve the indoor air quality of your home.
- Excessive Dust. Is a lot of dust accumulating on your furniture and surfaces? It could indicate poor indoor air quality. Dust traps pollutants and allergens, which can harm your health.
- Increased Humidity. High humidity levels can contribute to the growth of mold and other pollutants. If your notice an increase in humidity in your home. It could be time to hire an indoor air quality professional. We can find the source of the moisture and recommend ways to reduce it to make your home more comfortable.
We can help improve air quality in several ways; give us a call today.